Because it's one thing to study, and it's another to wake up early, come to university, do your homework, find yourself among classmates and teachers who are probably not the most pleasant people ... That is, before you get to an interesting study, you have to overcome a lot of unpleasant and uninteresting things, and even give up something no less pleasant and interesting than studying (watching TV shows, eating or whatever you like there). That's why don't go. :)
Such questions lead to cognitive dissonance, it will be more everyday: Why do I go to university, although I'm really not interested in studying there?
It is enough to analyze what exactly prevents you from going to university.
There may be many reasons why a student does not go to pairs. These can be irreversible reasons: you overslept, got sick, got stuck in a traffic jam - and then no matter how much you want to go, you will not be able to do it.
And it happens that you just found more interesting plans, you don’t did your homework or your bed was too warm and cozy to go up to the first pair. You are interested in studying, but the reasons for not going to university are more interesting. And here is the question either in
a) willpower (because besides what you are interested in, you still need to force yourself to walk, overpowering laziness and other reasons)
b) your desire to learn (maybe you are exaggerating your interest in learning)
There is another option that you really like learning BUT you do not like the teacher / his teaching style / your corps / his location / your classmates / any discrimination / textbooks / smell / food in the dining room. All this usually does not contribute to the desire to attend university.
However, there is one reason that makes many people skip, take academic leave or leave the university altogether (even if you really enjoy studying there!) I can not vouch for the accuracy formulations, but many people talk about this phenomenon: you are experiencing a crisis of self-determination / apathy in relation to studies. “Somehow everything is not right,” “why am I here ?,“ how to force myself to go to the university? ”,“ But do my homework? ”The only thought about studying gives up, let alone go or not go. This usually happens between the 2nd and 3rd years, but it can be in the 1st and 4th years too.But, as with any apathy, it is more of an unhealthy situation.