Persuasive Letters Essays Examples
Lower College Standards
I am a student of English at Des Moines Area Community College. Do not be shocked by the motive of this letter, but on a realistic note, I have to make it clear that the low standards of college education have made me to give it a second thought. I know you, as the student in-charge of academics might think otherwise, but I am considering an option of enrolling with a liberal art school.
Let me bring it to your attention that in the current economy where unemployment rates are high it requires high caliber academic people with distinction to fight their way into offices (Scherer 114). On my part, I am considering gaining art knowledge because after graduation, I will employ myself and earn a living from my own creativity.
I would like to tell you to share this idea with any other student who feels the same and my want to join me. Otherwise, communicate to the school management because you are a representative of student to the college management.
The value of Liberal Arts Degree
I am a student of English 106 at Des Moines Area Community College. I have considered sharing with you about this topic because I deemed it necessary and helpful to me. I am sure you are aware that artists of any kind in the world are the once involved in almost everything starting from entertainment, advertising and marketing, educating, embracing culture, acting, and manufacturing to mention but a few.
Realistically, a person with a Liberal Arts degree is marketable in the current economy because he relies much on his skills than knowledge. Apart from that, such a person can work for a longer time regardless of his years.
I would therefore, advise you to talk to the education regulators and other management staff about the need to incorporate Arts courses in this college.
I am a student of English 106 at Des Moines Area Community College. Senator, you are a lawmaker and I believe you are privy to this issue affecting many students. It is so ironical that the government is struggling to finance students’ education through awarding loans, but the same government cannot make an effort to improve the economy so that it can employ its loanee (Om-Ra-Seti 87).
You have supported the passage of many bills, why don’t you do something about reducing the student loan debt trap? After graduation if I would not have gotten a job, maybe I have to pawn myself and pay the government.
If that happens with all grandaunts, Senator, what is the essence of borrowing? Kindly, liaise with other lawmakers and see what you can do about this problem.
Om-Ra-Seti, Khafra. Global Economic Boom and Bust Cycles (non-fiction Economics and Finance): The Great Depression and Recovery of the 21st Century. Boston: KMT Publications, 2012. Print.
Scherer, Juliet Lilledahl. Community Colleges and the Access Effect Why Open Admissions Suppresses Achievement. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Print.