I am writing to express my concern about corporation of the university. Today corporate power is taking over society, and in the long run, causing problems for all.
Universities are throwing out loans to students without really explaining all the details of how loans could affect them in years to come. While tuition goes up for students, it is because professors are getting paid higher salaries.
Students are responsible for their debts, but if students knew exactly what they were getting into, and someone sat and explained the facts to them, fewer students would be in debt.
Universities should be empowering student education, and being the best school for students to thrive in. Yet, it seems it is about the professors and their daily living that most concerns the university. They are the ones getting paid, while students are going deeper into debt.
The process of loans would benefit students if someone was there to speak to them one-on-one, to give them full information.
Professors should not be getting higher salaries while students are being charged more for tuition. Corporate power is rising, and students have enough concerns.
JaNessa Williams, Fresno