Single Mother Who Left College to Care for Autistic Son Earns Bachelor's Degree 15 Years Later
In 2006, Veronica Tess Myers, of Little Rock, made the difficult decision to leave college to ensure her son, Alexander, got the education he deserved. Myers promised herself that she would one day return to complete her college education.
"I started my college journey at UA Little Rock in 2000, and then stopped out in 2006 due to the dynamics of being a single mother and to take care of my profoundly autistic son, Alexander," Myers said.
Fifteen years later, Myers fulfilled her lifelong goal of completing college and graduated from UA Little Rock with a bachelor's degree in applied communication at the end of the fall 2021 semester.To view these students click here: https://ualr.meritpages.com/achievements/Single-Mother-Who-Left-College-to-Care-for-Autistic-Son-Earns-Bachelor-s-Degree-15-Years-Later/143060