Lack of attendance from on and off campus students

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Lack of Attendance from On and Off-Campus Students Most of the student living off campus are employed and work full time, and they attend school part-time. Subsequently, some students may have financial problems, and the school may not offer them financial supports. Other students come from low-income families, which are facing unique financial concerns as they may be unfamiliar with the financial aid system in the school and others may be intimidated by the many forms that need to be filled and completed for them to acquire the aides. Commuting students living off campus face various social concerns that range from transitioning to college. It is significant to note that transitioning to college can be a tough life for students. Such problems may include difficulties in finding classes for the first day as well as creating sleep and study timetables and routines. Commuting from home to schools creates inconveniences in the students’ school life, and it becomes hard for them to balance the school with home lifestyle. A huge number of student fails in attending the pro-events due to difficulties in commuting to school, homesickness, and being independent. Notably, the events can
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Surname 3 sometimes happen during working hours, and this creates inconveniences in the students’ times. Moreover, students staying off campus may be unaware of pro-events going on; thus, it may be difficult for them to attend.
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Surname 4 Works Cited University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point. “Professional Pointer Events.” 2018, . Accessed 2 Dec. 2018.
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