So here's the deal. I'm 61 years of age. I've been playing with Unity for the last few years. I've also been working with Maya for at least 8 years, Substance, Adobe, etc. All self taught. My weaknesses would be in coding and animations, for now anyway. I have completed the Unity Developers Course but did not take a final test. (No test sites within realistic distances). I've just been offers a 4 year scholarship to a local community college. In addition, I would receive @ $800 pocket money a month to go. The problem is this. The local college has a Bachelors of Science Degree program but it's very generic. They do have a lot of coding classes as well as data management type classes ( Cisco servers, etc). We live too far a distance to attend more design or art based schools. I do plan to continue with self learning online with Unity but am not sure which direction to go as far as school goes. If I'm being paid to go back to school, and who wouldn't, should I focus on the coding side of things? I would be free to use some of the pocket money for more Unity training if I chose, and I'm sure I will. So, this is mostly about personal accomplishments but I may as well use it to my advantage. Any suggestions or ideas? It'd be appreciated. This is kind of a one shot opportunity. I guess getting old has a few advantages.