Adults can return to college, finish, and thrive—with a little support

From Lumina Foundation: “A new report shows that most adults who return to college can persevere and graduate if they have enough time and financial support. Nearly three-quarters of the returning adults surveyed earned a postsecondary credential, and most who hadn’t still planned to do so. This finding, on its own, is incredibly surprising considering the negative data generally presented about adult students’ completion and retention rates. The reality is that the majority of those who depart college are successful. There’s more good news: the returning students earned degrees or credentials at the levels they desired or higher, and many earned multiple credentials.” 

View the full article from Lumina Foundation.

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