CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Timothy Gaughenbaugh knows he's not the typical Wilson College graduate.
At 39 years old with 22 years of work for the federal government under his belt, he said he has encountered some odd glances from people who think of Wilson only as a women's college.
But in cap and gown and as speaker for the College for Continuing Education's Class of 2002, Gaughenbaugh accepted his bachelor of arts diploma Sunday after addressing about 115 graduates.
"My experience has proven you are never too old to continue your education," he said.
Gaughenbaugh, who formerly worked at Letterkenny Army Depot near Chambersburg, actually started in the college's Continuing Education program not long after it began 20 years ago, but government jobs took him around the country until he finally was able to come back to the school full time last year.