DSST tests allow non-traditional students to earn college credit by exam for their valuable life experiences.
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DSST helps another non-traditional student earn credit by exam with the announcement of the second “A Penny Saved Is A Penny Learned” contest winner.
Graduation rates are lowest among non-traditional students. By combining DSST tests with traditional university courses, non-traditional students can find the time to earn a degree.
Besides balancing family, work, and school, adult learners now face another challenge in adapting to college life as a non-traditional student: learning the ins and outs of the technology used in the classroom.
House Bill 72, recently presented by Colorado lawmakers, seeks to allow non-traditional students to earn college credit for life experiences such as work or time served in the military.
With 40% of the school’s student body consisting of non-traditional students, MSU-Billings - an institution that delivers DSST exams - developed a unique seminar to help adult learners readjust to college life.
Non-traditional students are on target to overtake the majority - thereby becoming the new traditional students. This graphical view of today's returning student offers insight into how this unique group is shaking things up in education.