Thousands of Coloradans Have College Credit But No Degree.
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Jenny Brundin, Colorado Public Radio
Travis Broxton took his first college course in 1969. As often happens, life got in the way. School would have to wait. In 2020, at the age of 72, Broxton decided to get that degree.
About 680,000 people in Colorado have left college without earning a degree or credential. A new state program wants to get them back on track.