College can be difficult for all students, but adult learners face additional challenges when it comes to pursuing higher education.
Many adult learners are juggling many responsibilities, such as parenting and/or working full-time while pursuing their studies. Tracey Johnson-Webb is one such adult learner, who completed her master’s degree at the age of 57.
This scholarship seeks to honor the efforts of Tracey Johnson-Webb by supporting adult learners who are handling the responsibilities of work or parenting while pursuing higher education.
Any undergraduate or graduate student who is at least forty years old and is working full time, in or out of the home, in addition to being a student.
To apply, submit a 1-2 minute video telling us about your experience working or caregiving full time while pursuing your degree.