Parents with dependent children were nearly one quarter of students enrolled for credit at American postsecondary institutions in 2008. These students face significant challenges to remaining enrolled and graduating, including limited access to affordable child care, difficulty balancing the demands of school with the demands of work and family, and financial limitations that make it difficult to remain enrolled. Student parents are more likely than traditional students to say that financial difficulties are likely to result in their withdrawing from college (Miller, Gault, and Thorman 2011).
Single Student Parents Face Financial Difficulties, Debt, Without Adequate Aid
By Kevin Miller|2020-09-09T17:15:53-05:00May 1, 2012|Fact Sheet, Student Parent Success Initiative|0 Comments