College Tuition – A Letter to the President

Dear Mr.President,

How is your day going? I hope it’s going well. My name is Anxhela Ismajlsufaj, I’m a student atBronx Lab School. I was wanting to talk with you about an issue going on, I would appreciate if you could take the time out of your busy schedule to read this letter. The issue that I would like to talk to you aboutis that colleges are expensive for those that don’t have financial aid to help them out with the cost and for those who want to go to college but can’t afford it.

Somestudents have thought about college since they were young and others have thought about it in there last years of high school, but for some there tends to be that one thing that stands in theirway. Such as money issue,a lot of students don’t have the amount of money to attend College. A lot of students get jobs so that they can save up money to go to college, so that they don’t have to depend on their parents or when their parents can’t help them, but they still can’t afford the amount of money that college costs. A lot of students that are most interested in going to college are from the lower class. According to the article “Why student don’t go to College” from “Scholarship.com” said that “For students whose parents found success without obtaining a degree it can be difficult to see the logic behind dropping fifty grand on an education. Such students should consider this: you aren’t your folks. They own their success and they began working at a time when a college degree wasn’t necessarily the only way to get the job that they wanted”. I know from my own experiencethat having the money for college is a hard thing for those part of the lower class. A lot of students have high hopes of what they want to be when they grow up buta lot of those students end up giving up on those hopes and dreams because of the college amount. Which isn’t something you want happening right Mr.President? You want the bes…