Navigating college with kids
Nearly four million college students are raising children — a fifth of all undergraduates. They have better grades than their peers without kids but are less likely to graduate.
Nearly 4 million college students are raising children. That’s about a fifth of all undergraduates. So that means mixing homework and exams with feedings, naps and diapers. Institutions are rarely set up to support these students. As part of our Changing Face of College series, NPR’s Elissa Nadworny brings us the story of one parent juggling it all.