Staying in college can be a great thing. For one thing, it will give you more time to figure out what you want to do with your life. You may decide that you want to change majors or switch schools. If you stay in college, you’ll have more time to get good grades and improve your test scores.
Staying in college is also the best way to save money on the cost of a bachelor’s degree. Most students who drop out don’t finish paying off their loans until after age 40. As a result, they end up paying much more than they would have if they had stayed in school and graduated on time.
If you’ve already dropped out of school and want to return, there are some things that you need to know before making this decision:
The first thing is that many colleges will not let students who have dropped out re-enroll for two years after dropping out (with some exceptions). But there are still ways around this rule — for example, if you’re taking classes at another school or if someone else pays for your tuition or books at the school where you want to re-enroll.
Another thing is that some schools won’t let former students re-enroll at all unless they’ve completed at least six.
Last modified: October 11, 2022