Proof that you're never too old for anything:
You may have to be a smart kid to make it at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, but all you need is a nursery education to tell you which one of the kids is not like the others.
Her name is Nola Ochs and she’s 95 years old.
"I came up here as a senior,” she told CBS News correspondent Steve Hartman for Assignment America.
“I know you did,” Hartman said.
“A college senior," Ochs explained.
Ochs came to Hays last fall for the final leg of what has been the longest college career in history.
To see exactly how long, you have to go to the basement of the administration building, where you’ll find a little 3 x 5 card that shows Nola Ochs – then Nola Hill – started a correspondence course called Directed Study April 19th, 1930.
That’s 77 years ago.
"There's a great satisfaction in completing what you started," Ochs said.