Stories from Adult Students at IU

Adult Student Resources (ASR)
Unconventional paths…exceptional results!

ASR seeks to provide academic, financial, professional, and social support to nontraditional adult students on the IUB campus. A nontraditional adult student is loosely defined as any undergraduate who is 25 years of age or older. They have often experienced a gap in their education since graduating from high school and may be parents, spouses, caregivers, full-time employees, serving in the military, and/or military veterans.

A variety of online resources are made available through ASR, including a community of IUB adult student peers on Facebook and Oncourse. In-person professional development workshops and social events are held throughout each semester. Visit ASR online at www.asr.iub.edu.

This blog is a great opportunity for nontraditional adult students to share their unique stories and inspire other adults to return to school and achieve their dreams.

Ideas to get you started

  • What is the best part about being a nontraditional adult student at IU?
  • What advice would you give to fellow nontraditional adult students on how to make the most
    out of the IU experience?
  • What obstacles have you overcome to return to school and complete your degree?
  • How has your experience at IU helped you achieve your goals?
  • What did you discover about yourself while you were here?

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