Not at all. I graduated at 22 with a Bachelors degree and then almost 20 years later went back again to pursue a different degree. At 40, I was not the oldest person in my class. I found that the second time around I was more serious about my studies so I did far better.
Not at all! I am going to be going back to school soon and I am 30. I have a lot of friends who take college classes who are around my age. When I was 19 I took night classes and I had a lot of people in my class who where in their 40's and 50's I even had 2 classes with people who were in their 60's one had a daughter who was taking the same class as she was but her daughter took it during the day :)
No. Probably you've heard this old saying, "age is but a number." If you are willing to learn, there are infinite possibilities. You may even set a good example for some who are hesitant to do just what you are doing. Explore all new avenues! Have fun and enjoy your time learning.
No, it's definitely not. There are all sorts of older people at my college, go for it! Getting a degree for what you want to do, late in life, is much better than simply not getting it at all. 25 is young anyway, too many have preconceived notions of how things are supposed to work a certain way and at a certain age. It's your life, do it however you want to.
I will tell you that I started college at 29. Now, I am 52 and people still tell me that it's not too late; I received my A/S at age 31. Now, I am still encouraged to continue to earn my Bachelor's degree. No one can ever take your education away from you.