How can colleges serve nontraditional students?

10/24/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Colleges and universities need to do a better job providing for the needs of older, nontraditional students, Jayson Boyers, vice president of Continuing Professional Studies for Champlain College, writes in this blog post. Such students need assistance with financial aid and quality online education, he writes. "This mix of interest -- much like the mix of online and traditional offerings at many of today's institutions -- must occur in order to offer the best possible education to the largest number of people," Boyers writes.

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