With the economic downfall, times are getting harder and harder. My parents have worked their whole lives so that my siblings and I could go to college, and going to a university just isn’t the smartest thing to do. Attending Jefferson Davis would not only help save a ton of money, but would also keep students from going into a huge debt.
At major universities a lecture may have 300 or even more students, while going to Jefferson Davis would average about 30 students per class. As a student, I would like my professor to have the time to help me when I do not understand something. I want to attend a school where the teachers have time for all students, not just whoever could get to them fastest.
During this economic crisis, I would like to share the burden with my family by helping out in our family restaurant. To have both school and work, I would need to attend a college that can provide me with a flexible schedule, which is something I cannot get easily from a university. With Jefferson Davis being so close to home, I could work before or after class every day, fitting my needs.
In conclusion, Jefferson Davis Community College is best for me. I save a ton of money, get a great education from great teachers that have the time for me, and get to make a schedule that is flexible. Choosing Jefferson Davis is one of the smartest choices I could make.