Question by DSCH: Have American universities become too commercialized?
It seems that the notion of “going to college” has been transformed from a previous intellectual pursuit to a more of a social pursuit where attending class is merely a part of the “experience.” The university is now expected to pander to the student’s cultural, social, religious and even sexual needs in hopes that the student may experience some transcendental moment of self-realization and self-discovery.
Would anyone else concur that attending college, particularly a four year institution, is being sold as a product (at a prodigious price) rather than offered as a service, whose primary aim is to better the minds of society?
Answer by ♪Grrl~♫Rô©ķş~♪
I totally agree with u
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