If
tuition is held below equilibrium price, then there is a likelihood of certain
situations being born because that particular action will have great effect on both
the state university as well as the students themselves.   A decrease in tuition means state
universities will inadvertently in the future or right away, generate a higher
influx of applicants who would be attracted by the low rate of education.  Secondly, the normal classrooms used to teach
students will no longer be productive. 
This means that the proportion of the classes at the universities would
be much be larger, affecting the health and wellbeing of the students and their
ability to learn.  Thirdly, the
university would have decisions regarding staffing, expansion and resources for
examples, to meet the additional needs created if tuition is held below
equilibrium price.  Additionally,
preventative measures would have to be taken to ensure certain courses are not being
over booked.  On the other hand, students
will have to struggle to take the classes of their own free will and choice.

2.         Using the above-mentioned, education
would not really be “equally accessible” as the rapid spike in applicants then pushes
state universities to then must change their approach by which applicants are
filtered and admitted.  As an example, by
instituting a grade point average that is of a much higher standard by which applicants
are judged, there will be some certain grades that would have been considered
suitable would now not be allowed to enroll. 
Therefore, creating diversity amongst the applicants there would be some
who felt they were unjustly judged and not given a fair opportunity should
their enrollment be rejected.  Also,
students who would have preferred to attend a university within the region they
are originally from due to their desire of being home, would now have to enroll
in a university which is in another region or even a community institution thus
causing unexpected financial difficulties to their families as well as
themselves.  Another example would be
that the university’s dorm rooms, their food services programs and even the parking
lot area which are designated for both members of staff and student body will
now be strained beyond its normal threshold due to the high invasion that is
not a part of its norm.