How does GS define a nontraditional student?

How does GS define a nontraditional student?

GS identifies nontraditional students as those who have had at least a one-year break in their educational history since high school, those who have a compelling reason to attend part time or those who are taking a nontraditional academic path through one of GS’s joint/dual degree programs. It is important to note that whether a student has a one-year break or a ten-year break, most students who choose GS usually see themselves as being more mature and independent than traditional students.