When a person heads off to college, few think about the possibility of dropping out, yet in the United States, the overall dropout rate for undergraduate college students is 40%. What are the causes? Read on!
About one in three students who enroll in college never earn a degree.
Why Do Students Drop Out?
The reasons for dropping out of college vary widely. Many former students indeed find other economic opportunities. Some students may feel it’s not worth it to complete college. For others, it may be due to failing physical or mental health.
- Some students leave after doing a cost-benefit analysis of the level of debt required for graduation vs. job prospects upon graduation.
Among the most prominent reasons for dropping out are financial conflicts and cost. Both high tuition costs and the difficulties of paying bills while studying are critical factors. Concerns about affordability for higher education keep many potential high school graduates from even applying.
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