This particular question had been summoned to my attention for a while. When I think about college and the reason I couldn't finish is had to do with personal experiences. Some were extremely personal like money, but it purpose for attending school. First of all my tuition was 20,000 a year, which mean it was 10,000 a semester, also saying Professors are paid well. In this case I was baffled at the idea that my English professors would tell me how much I couldn't write. "That's fine," I said, but what about you TEACHING me the things I don't know, right? Right! For 20,000 a year I believe instead of instructors criticizing a person for what they don't know, instead they should be teaching what we should know. Their actions towards me as a respectable prospect in the career-minded world did not exceed to a level of appreciated expectation. Oh well, I am a Contemporary Novelist and insightful Author and I would like to Thank Dillard University for leaving me in debt and creating a imaginative place for my mind to use as a Wonderland! ...NO, I did not graduate to say the least.