There were quite a few mature students doing the course when I did my undergrad. It's not unusual in the slightest. In fact,修改注单娱乐网, it's becoming increasingly common for people in their 30s, 40s, even 50s to decide they fancy going to uni (either because they haven't before or they want to do something new).(责任编辑：huangguanwang)
It's quite possible that they'd need to do some courses at a further education (community) college first though, either because they never got A Levels at school, or because their school education was so long ago that they just don't feel confident going straight into higher ed without a refresher first. The "Access" course is, I understand,皇冠走地网站, specifically designed for people intending to do a degree afterwards. I think it's a one-year course,全讯网新2, but don't quote me on that as I've never done one.
If you want other options for your character, as well as the already-suggested distance learning, it's also possible for people to do degrees at further education colleges,百家乐网址, rather than actual universities. FE tends to be a bit more flexible I think, so it may be something worth considering.
Another option - some unis have flexible learning courses, which includes things like evening classes, but only in a limited range of subjects (I did my undergrad full-time but ended up going to two evening modules because they were done that way so the flexible learning students could do them too - I went to the University of Liverpool and the evening modules were in Archaeology, for reference).
I've just noticed that you only said you want your character to "take some courses". Hmm. It doesn't work that way at actual universities, really. You sign up to do a full degree and then do the whole lot (unless you drop out) even if you're doing it part-time, and you don't do a range of subjects,博彩通网址, you just do one, or perhaps "joint honours" in two. If you want your character to do a range of different things without achieving an actual degree, try an FE college which offers all kinds of different courses.