Adults over the age of 25 who enter college for the first time are sometimes called nontraditional students. Nontraditional students have unique challenges and needs, and they often feel a little intimidated by the thought of college enrollment. However, it doesn't take long for nontraditional students to realize that they fit right in. Nontraditional freshmen are often some of the most successful students at Armstrong. And they find that school is much more enjoyable the second time around!