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Catherine Munoz
Writing Class
October 13, 2009

Why it is important to go college?

People attend college or universities for many different reasons (for example new experiences,career preparation, and increased knowledge). For people who have already finished high school, one of the choices they will have to make is whether to continue to higher education, which means going tocollege or university or to start working and planning their life right away. But we can find many people that this is not situation, for example some people decides go to college after a determinatetime. (Maybe because they need to work, raise their children, families) these can be the stronger reason why people wait a lot time to start college.
During their high school career, studentsmay begin to question the importance of a college education. They might find themselves asking “Why is it important to go to college? The answer is that, more than ever, attending colleges providesopportunities for graduates which are not as widespread to those who have not received a higher education.
for many high school students, being able do immediately generate an income after graduationis an appealing thought, they also be repelled by the rising cost of tuition, and while it is true that a higher education may be one of the largest expenses you will ever face, the importance ofcollege education has become give evident in terms of earning quite evident in terms of earning potential within today’s economy.
One degree from a university in two or four years is increasinglyimportant for opening doors to economic opportunity and education in the United States obtaining a college education requires much time, effort and careful planning by parents and students, but providesthe knowledge and skills that students will use the rest of their lives to succeed in everything they undertake. Individuals who attend college regularly achieve higher skill levels than those who...