Another argument against subsidizing colleges suggests that college tuition will continue to rise as long as federal student aid programs increase with little or no accountability. "As higher financial aid pushes costs higher, it inevitably puts upward pressure on tuition. Higher tuition, of course, reduces college affordability, leading to calls for more financial aid, setting the vicious cycle in motion all over again" (William Bennett 2012). William is basically saying that this is just a never ending cycle where the cost of tuition for colleges will always rise as long as financial aid rises as well.
Both arguments have their own points that somewhat leave me stuck in the middle. With the argument in favor of subsidizing colleges we see that college tuition will be expensive, because the subsidies are put towards better teachers and better dorms. Kind of giving you an overall better college experience. However, on the opposite side of the argument tuition will never decrease because financial aid steadily increases. So, I would have to say that I would be in favor of subsidizing colleges even though the price of tuition won't ever really decrease.