Pro athletes have gone back to finish earning their degrees or improve on what they already have. I've heard of people old enough to be my grandparents going back as well. If they can do it, so can you.
It is a very good idea IF you are going to study something that will help you earn money and you do not have to go into debt. If you are wealthy, then you can do as you please, but otherwise avoid borrowing and seek useful courses. There is no point in borrowing money to major in gender studies or French poetry. Think public schools, not private. Think STEM majors (science, technology, engineering, or math). Good luck!
ASL could be useful if you are planning on teaching or something of that nature, where expertise in ASL could be a plus.
Just pursue your chosen career...<br />
Go go go go........
That's great! My cousin started college for the first time at age 37. And here I was thinking I'm too late (23). Wish you all the best.
I say go for it if a 78 year old Vietnam Veteran can do it then so can you, remember only clothes get old not people.
Better late than never!!!
I think its great, sometimes circumstances can in the collage when your younger or you just were not ready for collage either way to go back is admirable and a very good idea.
AWESOME! Good for you! I'm 26 and I'm going back. It's never too late, it's worth your while.
good luck having an education is awesome but some people just don't realise it but make sure you don't mess up!!
awesome, now do what i do and stay away from ALL things electrical :P lol X)
good on you.
Good for you! You will certainly make more out of it, then those much younger than you.
You go, girl!
Go for it! Colleges generally welcome older students as being harder-working and more focussed than their younger counterparts: they go on to do equally well, if not better.
My ex boss went back for her masters and graduated at age 70! It's never too old, congrats!
You can do it. I went back at 38. I didn't make it, but, I had four kids, and all that homework and looking after kids and a home; just too much conflict.