Do colleges become dated?
There’s a large number of free online informational content provided by the private colleges worldwide.
Can the paid colleges remain competitive in this situation?
I can say a lot of things against the online education. No experienced employer would ever hire a person with the online courses certificate because they cannot 100% prove whether you are a person who has taken these courses or not.
Online education is more collective than private. The students cannot develop the social interactions skills in online. And there is no way to learn how to deal and work with other people through the Internet.
All the professionals are aware of these simple facts.
All the public colleges in the USA give us a chance to access knowledge for free, and such private colleges as Harvard, MIT, Caltech, and some others ask a lot of money for education. It private colleges the number of students is limited while the public colleges education is available for everyone online. And you can attend as much colleges as you want!
And there are no space and time limitations for you, and it costs you nothing! Free education is the best.
First of all, the colleges give you experience.
And secondly, the online education isn’t regarded credible and reliable.
In the modern society, the employers will want you to have a college degree.
Otherwise they will pay you less, if at all.
You surely can attain all sort of knowledge through the web sources, but the truth is that the non-profit online education is unserious recommendation in the most of the hiring places.
College education is always up-to-date because the other organizations will not provide you an opportunity to earn degree.