Lifelong Learning and Academics in the Age of Change
Jeff Ryder, WorkingNation
There are many pathways to lifelong learning, but one college has made it its mission to be the recognized leader in the evolution of adult learning.
Brandman University is a private, nonprofit school originally established by Chapman University in 1958 to provide educational opportunities to the now-closed El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. Since then, it’s become a separate institution, expanding its role to focus on working adults—87 percent of students work while attending Brandman—and helping them continue the process of learning on their own time.