As an adult/non-traditional student, you are an intricate part of the university fabric.
But for some adult students, returning to school can be an intimidating experience.
The Adult and Commuter Student Services office has many resources and services that
are designed to ease your transition into college, as well as support you academically
and socially as an adult learner.
WHAT MAKES ME AN ADULT STUDENT?
Our defined population of adult students is 25 years-and-older, usually attends school
full or part-time, works full or part-time, may be married, single, divorced, or widowed.
Adult students may have a child or children, or have other family responsibilities.
An adult student may have started college some time ago, or may be a first time college
student later in life.
ADULT STUDENT ASSOCIATION
The Adult Student Association (ASA) is an organization devoted to helping adult students
excel at university life. The association is organized and run entirely by student
Visit the ASA web site.
Services for Adult Students: