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Not everyone is lucky enough to be able to afford to continue his or her education into the college level Financial aid helps those in need to continue their education however financial aid does not help everyone One important group of people left out of receiving financial aid are those under the age of 25 unmarried with no children and completely independent of their parents income Because of how the system works these people must present their parents income on the FAFSA to see if they qualify for any financial aid Even if proof can be supplied to prove independence from ones parents it makes no difference to the financial aid officials Tax forms checking account statements rent receipts utility bills and pay stubs could all be reviewed to verify a students independence This would be more work for the financial aid offices but wouldnt it be worth the extra effort to help those in need get an education This would eventually benefit all of society by creating a workforce with more skills and better productivity Nearly three million students start their college careers every year however only 46 actually graduate from college The number one reason why students drop out of college is lack of money to pay college costs If this special group of people were granted their due amount of financial aid they could spend more time on important tasks rather than working 40 plus hours a week at a low wage job to try and pay their bills along with paying full tuition Tasks like studying community service and school programs would take precedence over a full-time job Better studying habits coupled with plenty of rest will help the student excel in school and retain more information How do we expect students to do great in school if they are working 40 plus hours to pay their bills and trying to get an education by attending college full-time Some people might
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