College students, Challenges
The paper is primarily going to examine the problems that students face at home, which hinders them from completing their college education. Challenges emanating from home can cause non-completion of college education by students. Non-completion of college education is a menace to college students, parents or guardians and the institutions themselves that an urgent solution is inevitable. This paper will discuss such problems faced by college students, especially at home, and how these problems impact their education attainment. The paper will also provide possible recommendation that can help curb the identified problems.
Non-completion is one of the most serious problems for most tertiary students today. There are several barriers that college students face, particularly the minority students, in their attempt to bridge the gap between their aspiration and college degree attainment. Some of these barriers are built up from their homes. College students have various problems that work against their prospects of completion. Colleges depend on the outcome on completing courses. There are widespread concerns about the high rates of non-completion among colleges students. In the U.S, for instance, there are concerns that non-completion has increased because of the problems in the transition between secondary and tertiary institutions, with rates of non-completion around 30%. The problem has affected student for decades where the number of grandaunts has always been lower than the expected projection non-completion problems originating for home. This paper identifies the problems arising at home that affect college completion by students and provides possible institution-based remedies to the problems.
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