I enrolled in human development and thought, “this is really interesting.” I really liked it. I got to know my professors really well, I made connections, networked, had a lot of fun, and two years later I graduated. My final research paper of my entire undergraduate career was about nontraditional students because I was one of them. I completely understood it. There isn’t one specific path that everyone needs to take. There [are] so many other ways of getting your degree… you can definitely have a bachelor’s [degree] and succeed.
Mara Sylvester '20
Human Development Major
Student Service Specialist, UW-Green Bay