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It is tough but it can be done. First look into your local community college. They generally have both day, night and sometimes even on line courses. This provides quite a bit of flexibility in scheduling. If financial assistance is required, work with their financial administrators who can guide you through this process. You don’t have to decide on a final major while completing community college as most course work will apply towards a bachelor’s degree. If you have an area you want to focus on, all the better. The hardest part will be renewing your commitment every day to keep at it. Working full time and going to school is hard (I know from first hand experience) but it is doable. My best advice for that is to take it one day at a time. Focusing on the hard work for years to come can be too overwhelming. Do today’s homework, this week’s assignments and soon a term will be complete and then another and then your first year will be over. Know why you are there and what you want to accomplish and that will help you through. Good luck.

Answered 9 years ago