- Enrollment in students that want to further their education after high school will decrease if schools don’t lower the tuition. Colleges need to stop hiring staff and focus on the inner circle. Kids are becoming more unlucky when relying on student aid.
1b. In-state tuition doesn’t benefit out of state students, so a lot of students are reconsidering their dream school.
- I would take this position only because of the fact that some colleges use the higher cost of tutition to benefit the students. Benefit by gathering more student resources and top of the line dorms.
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Impact of Student Aid on Access by W. Lee Hansen
3. Counterargument- Lowering tuition will benefit the students that are willing to further their education after high school.
Counterargument- Going to a college in the state is better than going to a college out of the state.
4. My hypothesis has changed from the beginning of the semester. Only because I realized the way I was trying to attack this topic was wrong. I should focus on the way students are being treated and also the inside minds of many of the head staff of colleges.