One university has a new college specifically to re-enroll adults who had dropped out - Olivia Sanchez, Hechinger Report

Morgan State’s applied liberal studies major targets adult students who have taken some college courses but dropped out before finishing. Begun five years ago, it has spurred the development of the College of Interdisciplinary and Continuing Studies, which launched this spring. It will offer many of the same things that helped adult students succeed after time away, but will now operate as an independent sector of the college, open to students from all over the country at in-state tuition prices. Many programs across the country are targeting the 39 million people who have taken some college classes but never finished.

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