The saying education has no limit to age has been greatly embraced by many over the past years.
Robyn Roberts is the latest story after she managed to graduate with a bachelors degree at the age of 63.
One of her 33 grandchildren challenged her to go back to school as she was unable to complete her education.
After her graduation, Robyn said that she was eyeing law school next.
Robyn Roberts owns a trucking company with her husband specializing in the transport sector.
So in between trips on the road across the country, she worked hard to get a bachelors degree in business administration from Southern New Hampshire University.
“I did 90 percent of my studying inside by truck, I had my laptop, cable,” she said. “I have finished everything I started I feel amazing,” she continued.
In a similar occasion, a 90-year-old great-grandmother became a college graduate in 2020 from Northern Illinois University.
She is one of the oldest people to ever graduate from the university.
Joyce DeFauw, started out as an early elementary major, then home economics and then took German, typing and bookkeeping.
“Well, I was assigned classes, but there were times when I wanted to quit,” DeFauw said. “But I was, um, ‘Now, don’t quit now you’re so near. Don’t give up now.’ And I’m very thankful that I didn’t, and I had guidance and encouragement.”