Research Paper On College Success

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  • Comparing Two-Year Colleges

    Two-year public colleges are more often referred to as community colleges. In recent years, their funding has been cut just as it has been in all public educational institutions. This paper reports specific information about two community colleges, Lone Star college system in Texas and St. Louis Community College System in Missouri. The report compares and contrasts tuition, graduation rates, amount college spends per student, revenues, and operating expenses. There are eight sources used in this five page paper.

  • Succeeding Without a College Education

    In five pages the adage that success is dependent upon a college education is disputed with the argument presented that the contemporary world is more reliant upon proven skills than the mere promise a college degree offers. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Is a College Degree a Success Prerequisite?

    In a paper consisting of 5 pages the success value of a college degree is evaluated but determines that while many occupations require it the degree is not necessarily a prerequisite of success in and of itself. However it does improve an individual's communications skills that can lead to greater employment success.

  • Lone Star College System Analyasis

    The crisis of a nursing shortage will continue for at least another three years. Some colleges have added additional programs in an attempt to meet the need. Lone Star College System in Texas is one of the colleges that added another program to their already four programs. This essay conducts an academic prioritization analysis of the nursing program at this college and responds to all ten of the criteria. There are eight sources used in this eight page paper.

  • Opportunity Costs of College

    A 3 page paper discussing the costs and benefits of taking the time to gain a college degree. Those with college degrees currently earn nearly twice over their entire working lives as those with only a high school education, but there is less opportunity now for high school graduates than in the past. In the future there will be decreasing demand for those without a college degree and the lifetime earning potential between those with and without college degrees is likely to become even more disparate. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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