Achieving Success for Non-Traditional Students: Exploring the Changing Face of Today's Student Population

Sets out to investigate the foundation of the non-traditional student journey by exploring the unique social and academic needs and expectations of non-traditional students, the barriers they encounter, and ways to help them achieve greater levels of success. More than 1,000 traditional students and nearly 800 non-traditional students participated in the survey, offering insights into their experiences and perspectives on higher education — and how they differ.

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