Jamie Eader • Daily Egyptian

A family affair

Deborah Barnett, left, a doctoral student in workforce education, her son Travis Barnett, middle, a senior studying geography and environmental resources, and Bryan Waldrop, a senior studying industrial design, have breakfast together Tuesday at Harbaugh’s ... Continue Reading →

Non-traditional students prove strength

Dianna Balan’s alarm goes off at 7:15 a.m. She takes her son Jacob to the school bus within 30 minutes before heading to class. Balan, a senior from Chicago studying communication disorders and sciences, leaves the university by 3 p.m. and rushes home ... Continue Reading →

Program merits success, not time dedication

Education has often been defined by time spent in the classroom, but an alternative program is now a step closer to redefining it. The U.S. Department of Education sent a letter to colleges March 19 that announced universities may apply to provide federal ... Continue Reading →

Recognition week highlights students, offers opportunities

More than a quarter of the university’s students are getting extra attention this week. National Adult Student Recognition Week is an event held on college campuses countrywide started by the Association of Non-Traditional Students of Higher Education. ... Continue Reading →

New services available to non-traditional students

Parents and veterans are just a couple of examples of students who wouldn’t fall under the definition of a traditional student. This year, new programs at the university will offer more services for them. Students are considered non-traditional if they ... Continue Reading →
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