A person can immediately tell if a person has had a college education or not. Many of us who have completed their college education think of it as 'making the jump'. A big difference does exist between the people who have completed their college education and those who have not. This difference might not be instantly apparent but it can be as clear as day if you get to spend some time with the person and talk to them for a while. A college education can affect a person in many ways and this paper shall discuss how getting a college education (the cause) changes a person (the effects).
A college education makes a person stronger and more confident. A college education presents a myriad of situations to a person who is attending college and he/she learns so much more in a college setting than just getting the required education. A college student encounters all kinds of people in a college setting and he/she must learn to communicate with different kinds of people in different settings and this gives the students a big boost of confidence. College education has a profound effect on a person and his or her life. It helps people choose their careers more wisely and the college experience makes people become more confident and can make better and well judged decisions.
To get a higher education is perhaps crossing the biggest milestone of your life. A college education is a very valuable thing and everyone should get one so that we can all be enlightened and help make our society a better place. A college is a place where people come together in an environment that helps nurture their educational and professional curiosities. People learn to read, reflect, explore, listen, argue, and especially, stretch their known boundaries.
A college education helps people and prepares them for the entry into the real world of economics and social bindings. Students learn what exactly personal freedom is and then they learn how to enjoy that freedom in the real world once the education has been completed. College teaches people to dream of, to reach their highest aspirations, to choose well, and to choose wisely. It is sometimes very perplexing to think that many people undermine the value of a college education. A college is where people go so that their mental capabilities can be thoroughly challenged, where they can grow and mature as individuals and as future carriers of the society.
People who complete their college education can be spotted out from a group instantly. Such people appear more poised and confident in every aspect of their lives. I believe that people who complete their college education are the ones who are most responsible in making a society a better place to live in. If everyone in a society gets a college education, the society can be improved tenfold because of the values and the traditions that a person learns in college.
A college education can teach a person about his or her moral obligations and helps the people to realize what it is that is missing from their lives. It is evident that people who have had a college education are generally happier in life and that they appear more sophisticated and enlightened. Such people have a better quality of life as they understand more about the world and can appreciate the finer things in life such as art, music and theatre much more than a non-graduate.
It has also been noted that people who have a college education tend to be more satisfied as individuals. They are more at ease within themselves and enjoy more prosperity than others enjoy. They find great satisfaction in the knowledge that they have achieved their education in life and they tend to take great pride in that. Other than this, another biggest advantage of having a bachelor's degree is that one can build up on it. A person can pursue his or her master's or doctorate degree only after he or she has completed her bachelor's. Thus, it is vital for further study to have at least a bachelor's degree.
People meet many different kinds of people at college and this helps prepare them for the life in the field where one has to interact with all sorts of people who are working. This aids in a person's personal development as well. Students attending a college learn to write more effectively and to express themselves more clearly. Studying with students from all different kinds of economic, ethnic and social backgrounds also help the person attending college into learning more about the world and this brings the people of the world closer as well. People at colleges come from every aspect of life; a person going to college is bound to interact with his classmates who can come from all sorts of different countries, cultures and generations. This interaction is another valuable aspect of a college education and it helps shape a person's personality in a way that is unmatched by any other kind of an institution, whether it be a church or a home. A person, perhaps, learns the most throughout his or her college years and this not only includes academic education but also education in the social and political realms. This is why I believe that getting a college education is important as it is gives a person the chance to lead a happier and brighter life.