Her remarkable story is a testament to the enduring spirit of learning.
“I have finished something I started that is absolutely amazing, and I feel amazing,” she shared.
Thus, a unique competition emerged, complete with a GPA contest that Roberts proudly clinched.
Optimistic about the future, she declared:
“64 is the year of new beginnings. If all goes well, by the time I turn 67, I’ll be a lawyer.”
Balancing her academic pursuits with the responsibilities of running a hazardous materials and government equipment trucking business alongside her husband, Roberts expressed gratitude to SNHU for accommodating her studies amid a busy schedule.
“I did 90% of my studies from inside my semi-truck,” she revealed, highlighting her dedication even during travels.