More than one in five working age adults in Indiana have gone to college, but never finished a degree. According to Indiana's Commission for Higher Education, that is nearly 750,000 Hoosiers -- and some of them are just a few credits short of getting that diploma. Some schools are concentrating on these returning adults or "come-backers," as they're called. There are challenges. So what's being done to not only find and recruit these students -- and make sure they fit into higher education -- and can get traction in the workforce?