I am very sorry if this is worded wrong. I've looked at the numbers myself and it astounding how much college has gone up in price even for commuters in a few decades. People didn't need these massive loans in the 60's or 70's. I am graduating in a year with a degree in Online Journalism and Media and spend over a grand a semester out of pocket AFTER loans and aid.
Many people think people like me are lazy because we need help to afford college. I have seen articles of people who work 70 hours in the summer and full time during school during full time classes; but that a lot. Some may not be able to handle that kind of stress especially if the major was like software engineering or IT Business.
Given this, are they right in what they AND by the numbers and how America has handled things, is college likely to be non-existent or for upper class people and rich in the future likely?
OK!! I am very sorry it got opinionated and personal in paragraph 2. I'm a worry wart who is here to learn about economics in what concerns me. Please just answer the big top question.