Submitted by ub on Sun, 09/23/2012 - 11:12

According to published reports, about 40 percent of America’s college students are considered non-traditional. They vary in levels of responsibilities. Some are workers who’ve gone back to school, others are former members of the military embarking on new careers, or young parents wanting to do better for their families.

They could also be one of the most important game-changers in the ongoing national discussion on college completion and the continuing dialogue about paying for college tuition and how to fix higher education.

Author Libby Hancock has published her personal story, which includes some interesting and valuable suggestion on trimming the increasing costs of an advanced education.

She asks the reader...Who would not want to earn a college degree faster, for less money?

Click here to read a brief summery of The Nontraditional College Student.