To the OP:What is so unnatural about a man doing a job for 8 hours a day and six days in a week and not having time to go to college? Should he wait for his retirement, so, that he shall have free time once again? Even if he were to take a break from his job, no institute will let him complete his degree before 3 years.
One option that you could consider would be to pursue a college/university degree part-time. In Canada (where I'm located), many local universities have options available for students to take degree programs on a part-time basis (depending on the specific program). In some programs these can be done completely online, whereas others may require attending the schools in person.
One issue of course is the course schedule involved. Generally most courses are taught during regular work hours (so between 8AM and 5PM), although evening classes are often available.
How much flexibility do you have in your current job? Perhaps you can discuss with your manager/boss about your interests in pursuing university studies part-time, and see if they can work a flexible schedule where you can attend courses.