Problems College Students Face

Continues for 1 more pages »
Read full document

Problems College Students Face

By | Feb. 2012
Page 1 of 2
The biggest problem facing college students

What do you think is the biggest problem facing college students today why is it an issue. How might the issue be resolved? Can it be addressed at San Antonio College? Being my first year in college I found that there is not just one issue facing college students but multiple issues which although seem small can turn out to have a big impact on college students some of the issue are studying College is challenging. For many it requires a much larger effort than high school did, and unlike most high schools, college packs about years’ worth of classes into one. Many students take a full 15 credit semester, while others try to cram in 18 or even 21 credits. At times it seems impossible for students to stay on top of it all. All the work to remember can be a handful since most kids are working and going to school or have other outside activities that make studying complicated. I think we can resolve this issue by simply having more outside studying groups that can help manage student’s time The other most common issue I found was money, Tuition costs are constantly being raised at alarmingly high rates. And that’s not including other expenses like eating out, shopping trips, gas for the car, and the price of textbooks, and you have every college student's worst nightmare. College students drop out of school each year because they cannot afford it. Others are forced to juggle full schedules with full time jobs to make ends meet. It is becoming increasingly harder for students to graduate debt free. A Way to solve this problem is by helping students seek more help financially having consolers provide students with small scholarships or help them look for such things can help reduce the amounts of students that drop out of college. The last issue is the most common one which is jobs students often drop out of college due to jobs either because the hours interfere with student’s class schedules or they don’t pay enough...

Rate this document

What do you think about the quality of this document?

Share this document

Let your classmates know about this document and more at Studymode.com