Bridges to a Brighter Future: Support Programs for Nontraditional Women in Postsecondary Education
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On Campus with Women
Association of American Colleges and Universities
As described in the following examples, programs designed for nontraditional women aim to build on these students’ best attributes—maturity, goal orientation, and diverse life experiences—while ameliorating the effects of obstacles such as limited time and money and uncertain family and peer support.
Marine, S. B.
(2012). Bridges to a Brighter Future: Support Programs for Nontraditional Women in Postsecondary Education. On Campus with Women, 40(3)
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