The words “college student” evoke an image of a fresh-faced youth, eager to take in their first years of independence in the dorms of a university, and pursue their education to begin a career. Indeed, the description of a “traditional” student is a first-time college attendee under 25 years of age, financially dependent upon parents, living on campus and taking courses full-time (National Center for Education Statistics; Silver, Bourke, & Strehorn, 1998). [Read more…]
About Angie Bond
Dr. Angie Bond is a Faculty Associate at the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University. She has taught face-to-face, in hybrid formats, and online with students ranging from dual-enrolled high school seniors, to professional continuing education, and graduate and undergraduate students. With a focus in public health and underserved community education, Dr. Bond strives to find new ways to reach and support all students dedicated to learning.