I have to say that I never finished college. Luckily I was in a field, at a time, when a college education wasn't necessary, and experience was what got you a great job. I'm now retired so a college education still isn't a necessity for me. But .... I would love to go back to school. Now that I've gotten older, I found that there are so many things I don't know - and so many things I'd like to learn about. I don't think I'd want to really work on a particular degree - I'd just like to take classes that appeal to me - history, biology, botany, geology, psychology, philosophy. I think it would be fun to be a student - to look at things through a different lens, so to speak. Alas, college has gotten to be so expensive, that I can't afford it. Here in Tennessee, they actually have programs through local community colleges where tuition is greatly reduced, like $70 a class, but they don't offer any classes that really interest me. If given the chance, would you go back to school, and if so, what would you study?