Adult Learners are generally 25 years of age and older with intersecting factors that shape their experience, including, but not limited to: delayed enrollment into postsecondary education, part-time enrollment, financial independence, full-time employment as a student, status as a parent or guardian of dependents, military connection, and/or students without a traditional form of a high school diploma.


  • 25 years old or older
  • Veteran/Military connection
  • Parent/guardian
  • Financially Independent
  • Employed full time
  • Delayed enrollment
  • Nontraditional form of high school diploma



Welcome to Adult Learner Support Services, your dedicated support team on campus. Our mission is to assist you on your educational journey by helping you navigate the various services available, such as the Woman's Success Center, Veteran's Success Center, Wee Care, and more. We understand that the abundance of resources on campus can be overwhelming, but rest assured, we're here to guide you.

We're committed to staying current with campus offerings, which include guest speakers, workshops, and events that can enrich your educational experience. We recognize that education is of utmost importance to you, and we also understand that each person's educational journey is unique. Our primary goal is to help you find tailored solutions to achieve your academic aspirations.

So, whether you're seeking support at the Woman's Success Center, a veteran looking for assistance at the Veteran's Success Center, or a parent in need of Wee Care services, we're here to ensure your success. Your education matters, and we're here to make your path as smooth as possible. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns you may have.

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