The traditional four-year on-campus college program is not a one-size-fits-all experience—just ask Alexis Barton. In 2005, Alexis left college due to a personal trauma, a decision that negatively affected her self-image. However, Alexis took another shot at college, thanks to The University of Alabama’s New College LifeTrack—a UA Online program designed for nontraditional students who want to complete their college degree while balancing work and other obligations.
We spoke with Alexis Barton to learn more—read the full story here.
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