A college guide for nontraditional students

Friday, January 20, 2023
U.S. News & World Report

Today's college enrollees don't necessarily fit the mold of young adults fresh out of high school. Instead, more college students today are balancing coursework with full-time jobs or parenting. They also are in their mid-20s or older. Some schools are broadening their support systems to help these learners thrive. 

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