When Constance Puleo of Verona, N.J. wakes up in the morning, she prepares for class like most college students do: she hops in the shower, grabs a quick bite to eat and reviews her homework assignments before driving to her first class of the day.
In fact, Puleo is just like any other typical college attendee – except she’s nearly fifty years older than the rest of her classmates.
“When I get into school, you can see the difference in my age,” she says. “But after awhile, we’re friends. It’s fun. I think the kids are great, too.”