Pennsylvania State University System Will Drive Out Non-Traditional Students | New


PHILADELPHIA (TNS) — With the merger of six of its schools in effect, the Pennsylvania State University System is considering the next phase of its overhaul, including how to entice adults to enroll who have college but no diploma.

Daniel Greenstein, the system’s chancellor, said there are about one million such adults in Pennsylvania. They are just a group of untapped potential students who could help the system stem enrollment losses and meet labor needs, he said.


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