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College Options for People with Intellectual Disabilities

The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI)

Think College Vermont @UVM/CDCI

Think College Vermont @ UVM/CDCI is a small, innovative, inclusive, academic, social, and vocational program for students with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, seeking a college experience and career path. Participants earn a 9-18-credit Certificate of Professional Studies for non-matriculated students designed to include:

Think College Vermont @UVM/CDCI incorporates student-centered planning, academic advising, and peer mentors for an inclusive, supportive college experience. Think College Vermont is a two-year, non-degree certificate program through the UVM Continuing Education Department and the UVM Center on Disability and Community Inclusion.

Johnson State College (JSC), in Morrisville, VT, was also sub-awarded a portion of our grant. Students have been admitted to JSC since Fall 2011, and their program is rapidly expanding.

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http://blog.uvm.edu/thinkcol/

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