Let’s face it, if neither English nor math nor science were subjects you liked and if high school was a struggle for you and it wasn’t because you didn’t apply yourself, then just maybe college is not for you.
However, fear not, to borrow a phrase from an old friend of mine “That don’t make you a bad man” (English wasn’t his best subject) you do have some alternatives...Read the full article
Consider attending established online colleges by requesting South University info about programs online.
A traditional four year university is not necessarily the right choice for all high school graduates.
The cost of a major university, private or state, has soared in recent decades and is out of the reach of many potential college aspirants. If a student opts for financial aid, they will graduate with a crippling debt that they will be repaying for years to come...Read the full article
As a college professor, I see the drive for most students to complete a college education.
I'm not sure how many would be in college if not for the pressure and expectations from family members, and while that is good for some students, others obviously might be better off pursuing options other than college.
The reality is that college is not for everyone -- nor is it truly needed for everyone -- and forcing teens to attend college only to have them flunk out is doing a disservice to them...Read the entire article
So you didn't hit the books as well as you should have.
Fear not, all is not lost. There are still plenty of options available to you.
You may want to consider enrolling at a local 2-year community college where you can begin to discipline yourself to study and perform at a level that a college student should be performing at...Read Full Article