• Screw it lol

    G g g g g gb g fghgfdxcvgfc bv fgbnhgtrfdc ntfc nhytgfcv nhytgfv bhtgfdc bhgtfdc bgtfc bgfc bghtfc bhygfc bnhygfvc nhgfvc bhytgfvc bhytgfv bhgyb gtbv bgytv gtfv ftrfv ftfv ftfv ftrfv vftfvc vftrvc vfv fgtv vgv vgv vgtv vgv vgf tv vgfv vfgv vgtvb vgtbv vgb gb bgb bgb vgtbv gt

  • Hell yeah lol

    WHY NOT There are plenty of student loans and merit-based scholarships to be had for students who wish to get a higher education. Colleges are more advanced than public school and should be paid for with tuition and fees from attendees. Large educational facilities aren't cheap and neither are the professors at said institutions. Someone has to pay for it, and until there are huge tax increases to pay for student tuition then each individual person is responsible for paying their own way through college. So im pretty sur i explaind why

  • No, university shouldn't be free but should be affordable.

    Something is wrong because going to college is too expensive for most people to do on their own. It should not be free but cost should be regulated. There is too much fluff in the administration of most universities. Of course, it would be great if university could be free, but then vocational colleges should be given the same perk so that people could choose their path.

  • More Taxes For People

    If universities are going to have no tuition fees needed, then the government would highly likely fund the schools. We all know where the government gets THEIR money from: taxes. Since a whole lot of money has to get to hundreds of colleges, it would not only be having people pay more money for taxes, but it would be unfair. That means more middle- and low-class families will suffer, and possibly lose their jobs, cars, houses, etc.

Leave a comment...
(Maximum 900 words)
No comments yet.