The number of new universities and colleges in Kenya is increasing yearly and so is the number of students attending the universities. Not all those whom attend universities or get admitted to the universities, colleges or technical institutes graduate at the end of their course. This has been attributed to a number of reasons which affected university and college students.
Are are three things which usually prevent university students from graduation at the end of their course.
The first thing is drugs abuse. As we all know, drugs alter the way our body function and therefore those who abuse drugs may not always be in their normal cell and at times maybe absent in class and not attend all the lessons. They may not also sit for their examinations because they may be intoxicated at the time of the exams hence they end up missing exams and fail to graduate.
Campus relationships is the second factor that prevent students from graduating. It usually affect students in a number of ways. One can always get killed in love triangles in the campus or it may as well affect your class performance hence you fail to make it through the exams. It can also lead to one contracting disease like HIV which may demoralize the person making him or her to drop out of school.
Lastly, most students do not graduate from campus due lack of interest or change of attitude towards the course they are pursuing. So many courses have been introduced to the Kenyan campuses today and some may have selected the wrong course to pursue. This will affect the performance of the students and their rate of class attendance. This may also make them get suspended for a thousand academic days and as a result, they end up not graduating in the long run.
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