I believe that the tuition policy should be changed in the future of the university of United States.
When I first came to this country, I was so surprised by the tuition policy that there was a huge difference between in-state tuition and out-of-state tuition. I think this difference leads to a phenomenon that most American young adults tend to choose to go to college in their own state. That could also cause their network mainly exist in the the state they grow up and they would probably find a job in their own state and live their whole life there. There is nothing wrong about choosing this kind of life by themselves.
The real problem is that current tuition policy limit young people’s choices about where they can study and where they can live a life. Moreover, even if someone study outside the state and return back to their state after graduation, they can learn about themselves, foster independence and provide a refined view of the future when they study outside and have more chances to learn more about this big world. Nobody don’t like to have more choices when they try to make a big decision like where will they go to college.
The good news is that I heard that effort have been made to change this situation. Many states have programs that allow residents to attend university in another state, without having to pay out-of-state tuition. There are some region unions that allow member state to accept students from other member state without paying out-of-state tuition, including Southern Region, Western Region, Midwestern Region and New England.
I would like to see more changes and more efforts be made for the tuition policy in the future of the university of United States so students can have more options when comes to the university choices.