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Non-traditional students, particularly military and veteran students, pose challenges for universities to serve efficiently and well. For the purpose of this discussion, the non-traditional student is defined as one with a delayed entry to college after high school completion, who may bring time-management conflicts due to work and family commitments, and who may have a variety of transcripted and non-transcripted credits to consider for transfer or advanced standing.
The Transfer Handbook: Promoting Student Success
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Trombley, E., & Caro, M. (2015). Non-Traditional Students and Transfer: A Focus on Military and Veteran Students. The Transfer Handbook: Promoting Student Success, (). Retrieved from http://commons.erau.edu/publication/335