Knox offers a college experience for more than just the late-teen/ early 20-something student fresh out of high school. While that does make up most of Knox's population, you can also find a group of what Knox calls non-traditional students playing an important role on campus.
The Non-Traditional Students Club is specifically designed for students who might be a parent, working a full-time job, are a bit older than the average college student, or all of the above.
Before classes begin during fall term, non-traditional students coordinate with faculty, staff, and administration to design their own Knox orientation. This orientation often includes discussions about issues non-traditional Knox students might face, such as
Working as a group, non-traditional students can learn how to overcome these challenges and be as much a part of the Knox community as any on-campus student.