2 months ago
Last edited at 5:45AM on 1/8/2014
I think going to college to get into a career should be your goal . If money's the problem there is no shame in having to take a bit longer . If your not passionate or have lost interest and your taking longer due to grades you might want to spend your money elsewhere .
as long as you graduate on time, and by that i mean depends on how long your course should be taken. i.e. 4 or 5 years usually.. not to mention other considerations such as financial problems that you need to constantly stop.. but not that much, as long as you graduate, have a degree and a decent job :)
It depends. Some need longer out of necessity due to work,stress,family,job, time, health, money, other reasons. If it's due to laziness, lack of interest, other priorities then it's best to rethink or put on hold. However long it takes, it's always a good thing.
Depends, if it takes you 7 years to get a 4 year degree in Communications ... that is pretty sad if you don't have something major taking up your time. 4 or 5 years to finish a 4 year degree seems about average.