Iftuition is held below equilibrium price, then the possibility of certainsituations being born because of such decision will have great effect on both thestate university as well as the students themselves. The reduction of tuition means that stateuniversities in the short run orinstantly will generate a higher influx of applicants who would be attracted bythe low rate of education. Secondly, thenormal space used to educate students effectively will no longer prove to beproductive.
This means that theproportion of the classes at the universities would be extremely larger, upsettingstudent relations, security and educational outcomes. Thirdly, the university would have decisionsregarding staffing, expansion and resources, for example, to meet theadditional needs created if tuition is held below equilibrium price. Additionally, procedures would have to betaken to pause the accumulation of addition of scholars to specific classes. On the other hand, students will havedifficulty taking the classes they prefer. .2.
Using the above-mentioned situation,education would not really be “equally accessible” as the rapid spike inapplicants then forces state universities to then must change the methods bywhich applicants are filtered and admitted. As an example, by increasing the typical grade point average somestudents with certain grades that would have been considered suitable would nownot be allowed to enroll. Therefore,creating diversity amongst the applicants there would be some who felt theywere unjustly judged and not given a fair opportunity should their enrollmentbe rejected. Also, students who wouldhave desired to attend a university within the state they are originally fromdue to their desire of being close to home, would now have to apply to differentuniversity which is in another state or a community institute thus causing unbudgetedexpenses to their families as well as themselves. Another example would be that the university’sdorm rooms, their food services programs and even the parking lot area whichare designated for both members of staff and student body will now be strainedbeyond its normal threshold due to the high invasion that is not a part of its norm.