There comes a time when campus students begin looking down at what they study in campus. This happens especially if former students of the same course aren't doing so well in the job market and the vibes coming back to the current students in campus are everything but encouraging. It is during such times that the students begin having negative feelings about their expectations for the future and in so doing; they always end up not doing so well in their degree programs. It is very important that all campus students learn that college degrees are very important to their career lives, regardless of what everybody else may say about that. Naturally speaking anybody with a college degree is bound to have more job opportunities and indeed better chances of making more money than one without a degree. Another quality that a college degree gives one is confidence in his abilities-as an agent in his own life-and the ability to weather challenges of any kind. I can't say the same for someone without a degree because in most cases anybody without a degree will have what I want you to allow me call an inferiority complex. Another reason why a college degree is a good thing to possess is that it may open up grand opportunities in an area that the student in question didn't necessarily study in. This ultimately leads to a better chance at having a good shot at the future and I don't think anybody should let this pass him by. A college degree will also make a person to be always marketable in more than his field of expertise, not to mention that the person in question will almost always be considered for leadership positions in whatever field he may want to pursue in life. Essentially speaking it is good to have a college degree as nothing can substitute it well as it stands.