What does it take for College Students to Stress?
Everyone in life knows what stress is and has been through it once in his or her life, but what is stress? Stress is a normal physical response that makes you feel threatened or upset your balance in some way (Understanding Stress 1). Even though a little stress is good for people, they need to know when they have had enough stress. For example, when college students stress, it is taken to a whole other level like getting too overwhelmed with college; therefore, their stress can lead to depression or students may turn to drugs and alcohol. Stress can come in many ways for college students. These days college students stress out about financial problems because of their tuition and not having enough money; academic stress because of teachers and passing their classes; lastly, with their own personal life and how they can balance their own problems with school.
In this economic crisis everyone is counting his or her change, especially college students. It is no wonder that money and the issues of finance are a main concern to students (What are the Most Common Problems Students Face at College or University? 1). With having to worry about gas prices rising, textbooks rising, and tuition rising this is a college student’s worst fear. Almost all students are constantly lacking funds and have to find ways to finance their housing and also get their nutrition (What are the Most Common Problems Students Face at College or University? 1). And with the cost of classes rising that makes tuitions rise to an extreme high. Students’ working part time and only getting twenty hours a week at minimum wage is not enough for a student to be able to pay a five hundred dollar tuition due every month. This causes college students to drop out of school each year because they cannot afford it (10 Common Problems Students Face during College 1).
While in school, college students face different kinds of responsibilities in making...
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