Here are some older links and information about Nontraditional Student support in this state. There may still be some clues here to help you find help and support at your school.
Look for updates this year (2015). Or send in your information to bring this page up to date. Thanks!
The Nontraditional Student Programs at Wellesley College - this site features the David Degree Program and the Post Baccalaureate Study Program. There are currently over 50 students enrolled in this program. Check it out here: http://www.wellesley.edu/NSP/index.html
Article: Universities are offering extras to lure nontraditional students -like quiet dorms and weekend classes.
April 07 Article: Commuter Students are stepping up demand for dorms (University of MA at Boston)
Wentworth Institute of Technology, located in Boston, MA, explains in the Dean's message.
"The non-traditional student population at Wentworth is a very important part of the campus culture. Non-traditional students are those over the age of 25, who are either going to college for the first time, or have gone back to school full-time to finish their degree. This diverse group of students often has families, full-time jobs, and other commitments and responsibilities that the traditional college age (18-24) student is not faced with. It is for these reasons that we pay particular attention to the needs and concerns of our non-trads, and try to provide them with as much support and as many resources as possible."
Check out this link: http://www.wit.edu/sa/dean/non_trad.htm