Is 23 too old to gradaute from college?

Reply Thu 23 Jul, 2015 04:03 pm
No! 23 is not too old to graduate from college. As you may know, many colleges and universities have both day and night divisions. Many of the night-students are well over 40 years of age, while some are in their 20s.

With the cost of a college education so high these days, it's best to be a very serious student and not waste your hard-earned cash fooling around.

After I received my PhD in chemistry, I remember my adviser saying to me, that now my real education begins. So it goes...Your education will/or should continue till you draw your last breath.

By the way, I was in my 20s, when I finished the PhD.
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jim 1968
Reply Sat 25 Jul, 2015 08:04 pm
Never too old to graduate from college Smile I'll be in my early 50s when I finish my fifth degree...this one is just for the knowledge.
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