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ENG 215 College Athletes deserve to be paid(USE AS GUIDE ONLY)
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College Athletes deserve to be paid
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Under current regulations, intercollegiate athletes are compensated solely by scholarships
covering the cost of only tuition, books, fees, room and board. Compensation in the form of
scholarships that strictly covers only paid-to-college expenses, exposes 85 percent of student
athletes to living standards below the poverty line, according to Edelman (2014). The remainder
of the expenses that exceed the scope of the scholarships are left unsecured. According to
Dunnavant (2003), “grant-in-aid doesn’t provide cash for incidentals such as laundry and
toothpaste.” And turning to family for aid is out of the question for college athletes reared in
low-income families. Scholarships are maintained not by athletic performance alone, but in
conjunction to the academic integrity of the student-athlete. To ensure the financial securement
of underprivileged intercollegiate athletes, current NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic
Association) regulations are in need of a great change to provide monetary compensation, which
preserves the amateurism veil, to student-athletes, and that encourages perpetuation of academic
integrity as well.
When you think of conversations of college-athletes begin paid, there are a number of opinions
that one could think of that would possibly occur in the debate begin two or more individuals, in
which the idea of ethics will appear. There will be opponents against, just as there are proponents
for the NCAA legislative council to rule in favor of some form of payment for the college-
athletes. Are there current conversations about how unethical or ethical the current means of
compensation is dispensed to college-athletes? Of course, there are a number of conversations-
driven by the matter of ethics. According to Hanson and Savage (2012), the question of whether
or not college-athletes are being exploit is answered yes! The conversation of the proponents
concludes “those that think [college-athletes] should be paid believe that colleges and
universities generating millions of dollars in revenue are unjustly exploiting the labor of student-
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