Non-Traditional Student Support
The Office of Non-Traditional Student Support is located in the Smith-Pendergraft Campus Center, room 111A. We provide support, information, resources, fun and informative events, advocacy for non-traditional student concerns, and leadership opportunities.
The mission of the Office of Non-Traditional Student Support is to provide a success oriented environment that connects non-traditional students with the campus community, recognizes students' value to the University, and understands the unique challenges these students face.
What Defines a Non-Traditional Student?
Typically, a non-traditional student can be included in one or more of the following categories:
- Returning to college after an interruption in higher education
- Attending college for the first time after graduating from high school more than one year ago
- 25 or more years of age
- Attending classes while working 30 or more hours per week
- A parent
- A Veteran
- Anyone who balances college with family, work, and other obligations
For more information contact the Office of Non-Traditional Student Support in the Campus Center room 111A, by phone at 479.788.7319, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.