Pursuing A Degree Presents Significant Challenges for Non-Traditional Students

While two-year colleges are well-suited to meet the needs of non-traditional students, four-year universities must take major steps to better accommodate this growing group of students.

While two-year colleges are well-suited to meet the needs of non-traditional students, four-year universities must take major steps to better accommodate this growing group of students.

Now, more than ever, people are enrolling in college degree programs, especially those who have been in the workplace for a significant amount of time. College enrollment is at record-high levels. Some people are enrolling in college to gain an advanced degree. Others may be enrolling for the first time ever, or even returning to finish an incomplete degree.

One type of student universities are often ill-equipped to properly serve are non-traditional students — those who aren’t attending college right after graduating from high school. In many cases, non-traditional students have to balance the demands of family, their work and their academic duties. The rigors of a college degree program are often difficult enough for many students who don’t have family and career responsibilities, let alone those who do.

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