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Historically, University College students fell into the non-traditional category, as all of our students attend Syracuse University part-time. A majority work full-time, care for families, and manage life responsibilities outside the classroom. But an interesting change is occurring across higher education. Non-traditional students are now traditional. Where once we were primarily adult learners, today non-traditionals represent the largest population of students seeking a college education—young adults; active military; non-residential; part-time, working professionals; reskilling; transitioning careers, etc.
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For the past century, we have helped thousands of adult students earn a Syracuse University degree. As we reflect on our past, we look forward to the next years of providing access, opportunity, and support to generations of Syracuse University students who study part-time. The program began in by offering summer classes to part-time students near and far. Evening classes were added in , and University College was restructured in
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