Sinclair's nontraditional student population was featured in a Dayton Daily News article on March 26:
Jobs drive boomers to acquire new skills
With high unemployment, low home values and downsized retirement accounts, hundreds of thousands of baby boomers are turning to college to boost their job skills.
The number of students ages 50 to 64 increased 17 percent nationwide between fall 2007 and fall 2009, according to the latest data available from the National Center for Education Statistics.
In southwest Ohio, that number has grown at an even faster rate at many technical and community colleges, which handle the bulk of nontraditional students.
Read the full story at Dayton Daily News.