Ok, so I lost my job last year and decided to go back to college and finish my degree in Crim Justice/Law Enforcement. It's been about 22 years since i went to college. Is it me or is college more interesting after being in the workforce for so long? I see quite a few younger students who have no initiative except when it comes to partying although there are quite a few who take their studies seriously. I have also noticed there are a lot more older adults back in school. I don't know, but I kinda like being in school. I enjoy all my classes and don't seem to have to work to hard to keep a 3.0 GPA which will go up as soon as I get my mid terms back. I am taking 5 classes this semester and a full course load this summer. It seems that being a little older and dare I say a little wiser has helped me tremendously while in school. Anybody else doing this?