Who is a Non-Traditional Student?

Non-traditional students are generally considered any student that did not attend college immediately following their completion of high school and/or that did not attend law school immediately following their completion of college.
Non-traditional students could also be those working more than part-time while pursing their degree, those who have family obligations outside of school, and/or those with other work/military experience that provide a different perspective to their law school experience.
SCS is an open organization and does not exclude any student, whether or not that student feels s/he fits the "non-traditional" concept.