10. To make your parents happy and proud of you
Wouldn’t it be nice for your parents to be able to brag about you and all of your accomplishments?!
9. To put yourself in an intellectual environment
Surrounding yourself with thousands of intellectuals and professionals will ultimately open new doors for you, and offer new and exciting opportunities.
8. To learn new things and find your passion
Many students don’t know what pursue once they are finished high school, but college/university allows you to experiment in different fields to realize your niche.
7. To teach you discipline and the importance of independence
How better to develop the skills you need to have a family and hold a job, then to place yourself in an environment that requires you to be disciplined and independent from your parents.
6. To learn about responsibility, and develop new skills such as time-management
Many transferable skills are developed while in college/university that you can utilize for the rest of your life! You are responsible for yourself, your living space, and your success.
5. To increase your earning potential
On average, college/university graduates earn $20,000/year more than those with just their high school diploma…that’s a lot of money!
4. To meet new friends, and expand your network of contacts
The friends and associates you meet in college/university will help shape who you are and who you become!
3. To increase the possibilities of employment in a satisfying career
You will build your contacts, and increase your chances of employment. Almost all high-paying jobs require you to have a post-secondary education
2. Self-discovery- explore new opportunities and areas of interest
You will have plenty of opportunity to try new things, experience new courses and areas of study, and recognize your high potential!
1. To achieve a higher quality of life for you and your family
You’ll always be marketable, no matter what type of economical crisis we face. You will be able to provide a promising future for your children, and increase your self-worth.