Student Dropout: Uncovering the Top 7 Reasons

Financial Strain

High costs, inadequate aid lead to debt, prompting many students to abandon studies.

Academic Challenges

Coursework difficulties, wrong majors, or inadequate preparation cause frustration and dropout.

Personal Health Issues

Health problems hinder performance, compelling students to prioritize well-being over studies.

Family Responsibilities

Juggling college with caregiving or parenting overwhelms students, leading to dropout.

Poor Time Management

Inefficient time organization results in academic struggles and feeling overwhelmed.

Career Opportunities

Some seek immediate jobs or entrepreneurial pursuits, prompting them to leave college.

Social Isolation

Struggles in making friends or adapting to campus culture lead to alienation and withdrawal.

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