30 July 2013
Where are you going to college?
Success is achieved by making smart decisions in life. Graduating high school is when your life really starts to begin. Your first really hard decision is where you decide to attend college. Many people seem to think that attending a four year university is the best option to become successful in life. All of these people seem to overlook the many benefits of attending a two year university. Community colleges can sometimes offer a number of benefits that are not offered at a four year college.
First, community college is cheaper. You can save so much money by attending a two college. Your first two years of college will be full of classes that are required anyway, so why bother paying thousands of dollars to take the same class at a two year college. People seem to thik that when they attend a four year college, they will have better professors and learn more. However, my own professor Dr. Dolgin teaches both at a two year and four year college. which means that I am getting the same education as someone who attends a four year college and paying half the price. I don't understand why others do not see this happening. Instead they are emptying their pockets. Registering for my first classes at Schoolcraft i have seen first hand that my classes are much cheaper. Instead of my tuition being ten thousand dollars a year my tuition will end up costing me about two thousand. This will allow me to stay away from student loans and stay out of debt. A lot of college students are attending four year universities and their debt is growing and growing. Had they gone to a two year college, maybe they could afford to pay for school.
Second, two year colleges are much more convenient. Going to school at schoolcraft is just so easy; for lack of a better word. Showing up everyday is somewhat refreshing because I can always find a parking spot, I don't have to rush all around campus to...
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