Brigham Young University in Rexburg, Idaho, has a Nontraditional Student group called the Non-traditional Student Association.
This is part of their Mission Statement for nontraditional student members: (from the website) "Our Mission: To meet together for fun, friendship, and to discuss our common uniqueness as we strive to accomplish our educational goals here at BYU Idaho. As this association's purpose is support for the non-traditional student, meetings will consist of focus and exchange of ideas, resources, and issues that can provide inspiration and encouragement to each member."
The University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho, recognizes
nontraditional students with their own resource page here: http://www.uidaho.edu/nontrad. Also, they have a new page here: http://www.uidaho.edu/studentaffairs/nontraditional. Visit this new page to find current Assistants there plus Veteran's links.
A University of Idaho student talks about being one here: http://www.northernstar.info/article/1524/
The school also has special Non-traditional Student Orientation
http://www.students.uidaho.edu/default.aspx?pid=55784 which includes special topics just for non-traditional students,
such as Child Care Resources, the Women's Center, and advice
from other nontraditional students on school success.
Idaho State University has about half of their student
body non-traditional students. In a video and article here:
A student there explains what her experience was like there,
and why she is leaving to join the Cirque du Soleil.
Boise State University has a Women's Center. Here is an article about a nontraditional student who has attended college at Boise State U.