I think he could complete college, based on his work in high school.
They then go on to characterize the generation that completed college in the 1980's, people who are now between 24 and 32.
That's because relatively few students can't complete college for financial reasons.
Three of the four either are enrolled in or have completed college.
He died a few years ago; Miriam completed college on an insurance income.
This takes 5 to 7 years of study after completing college.
In 1979, he had completed college, and was considering law school.
Later she completed college, went to law school and worked as an attorney.
She would complete college, having a little more than a year to go, and become a respiratory therapist.
My wife did better, but married me instead of completing college.