Someone with that IQ can certainly get an Associate's degree. They can probably get a Bachelor's degree if they work hard, learn good study habits, and take classes that they really care about. 92 is well within the normal range, a little low but not too bad. The person may find that that can learn things to pick up their reading speed, such as learning through listening to recorded books while following along. It's also about picking the right major, something they really care about.
Something that most people don't know is that IQ is more flexible than we originally thought. There have been studies that show that if a teacher is more patient with a student, their IQ scores can go up within a year.
STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. They generally require a certain type of thinking, so many people think they're "hard." They're not as hard for people who are well suited for those subjects. I suspect that Mark would consider things like a major in Child Development to not require a genius level intellect. It really depends though. If you're not suited to music, it doesn't matter how smart you are, you won't succeed in it. If you are suited to it, you don't need a high IQ to do well, you just need love of the subject and persistence.