What Causes Many College Students to Fail or Drop Out?

"Prioritization of financial aid and cost over other historical considerations such as academic reputation and graduates' job prospects has been growing, said Seth Allen, vice president and dean of admissions and financial aid at Pomona. 'The idea of investment has moved from the education experience and thinking and problem-solving skills to a more practical orientation of what career will this prepare me for, Allen said'," according to Carla Rivera in the article titled Cost, Financial Aid Becoming More Important in College Choice.

Mental health problems or health problems in general cause many students troubles. According to Jack Grove in the article titled Students' Mental Health