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‘Nontraditional’ students showcase a different Miami experience

The Miami Student, April 8, 2016

Patrick Carroll designs his own board games. He plays the bassoon, electric bass and multiple percussion instruments. He was a street performer and stand-up comedian, is head tutor at the Rinella Learning Center and, like many undergraduates, does not know what he wants to do after finishing his bachelor’s degree in physics. Carroll is 31 years old.

Although they may seem unusual, “nontraditional” students like Carroll are more common than some may think. According to a report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, over a third of current college students are over 25. Read more >

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