The free college idea is a nationwide debate for many years. The article ” Should College Be Free? The pros and cons”, by Kelly Dilworth summarize some of the pros and cons of this debate. From the beginning, this article emphasized that both political parties in the United States are positive about applying for free community college but still this plan is not approved. Then the article continues with some pros and cons of free college debate. The pros side of this debate argues that a more educated workforce benefits the economy and free college programs courage more students to attend. Also, they think that free college increases graduation rates and financial security. On the other side, the cons side argues that the free college idea would be too expensive and the free college programs do not help the students who need them most. Actually, there are several programs that support students of different categories in many States in the USA. Some of these programs are federal financial aid programs, grants, scholarships, or no-loan colleges. But still, these programs do not solve the problem of many students that struggle on affording college costs. Personally, I support the idea of totally free college for categories that are in need. And not only by paying their tuition, but also by covering other expenses related to the college. Getting higher education is the only way of improving the life standard. Sometimes it is impossible for people coming from the low or middle class to change their social-economical status if they do not have a good education. I think that government has to give the chance to all their citizens to get a good education and improve their lives. It will be beneficial for the country because well-educated people could contribute better to the market and the economy. Better educated people mean better jobs for them and high incomes, as a result, they can spend more money and pay more taxes. Overall I would say that the benefits of free education are stronger than the cost of it. It is time to make it a reality as soon as possible.