Unlike a lot of you on StackOverflow, I don't have a fancy university degree; I went to college for three years instead. The trouble is my second year (of three) was really rough for me personally, and I ended up failing a class (mainframe programming - JCL specifically) as well as a class it was a prerequisite for the following year. So when all my friends were graduating, I was short two classes (specifically a CICS class and a Java class).
I was doing another semester to get these credits (and my diploma) when I got a job offer across the country, which I took. Circumstances being what they were (no computer for a month, then no internet for another month, and late nights trying to learn the system at work as fast as possible), I couldn't finish the courses. I let it slide while I was working (stupid, I know) and so now I can't honestly claim completion of the program.
On my resume, I address this as "[2003 - 2006] Enrolled in... " with the assumption being (a) I'm not lying, and (b) I can explain it properly in an interview. There doesn't seem to be a good way to explain this on SO careers. I suppose I'm not necessarily an ideal person for SO Careers anyway since I'm not some superhero programmer, but I'm unemployed and Careers is cheap enough that it's not a big loss for me if it doesn't work. I plan to be very upfront about who I am (i.e. looking for a junior spot, college educated rather than a CS degree, etc.).
So how would be best for me to address my education issues in SO Careers, or should I just not bother with SO Careers at all?