Inclusive Post-Secondary Education programs are available at more and more colleges and universities in Georgia and across the country. More and more individuals with Intellectual Disabilities are seeking and receiving the same college experiences and opportunities as their peers enjoy.
Rethinking College is a 25-minute film that explores the growing movement to include students with intellectual disabilities in higher education. Produced by Think College, the video presents perspectives of parents, educators, advocates, policy leaders, and (most importantly) students, and illustrates how colleges and universities can provide a setting for all students to grow, learn, and build toward better futures.
Watch this 7-8 minute video which describes in plain terms what Inclusive Post Secondary Education (IPSE) is, what it looks like in Georgia, and the effect it has on students and graduates.
Georgia Inclusive Postsecondary Education Consortium – Members of this Consortium are committed to providing information and training resources for individuals, families, colleges & universities, and agencies to achieve the goal of inclusive PSE opportunities for all.
Kennesaw State University Academy for Inclusive Learning and Social Growth
East Georgia State College CHOICE Program
Georgia Tech Excel Program
Columbus State University GOALS Program
University of Georgia Destination Dawgs
Albany Technical College LEAP Program
Georgia State University The Inclusive Digital Expression and Literacy (IDEAL) Program
Georgia Southern University EAGLE Academy
University of West Georgia Project WOLVES
Include College Spreading the possibilities of inclusive post secondary education through resources, family and student success stories and more.
Think College: College Options for People with Intellectual Disabilities is a national organization dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving inclusive higher education options for people with intellectual disabilities.
Think College: The Sky is the Limit Read how Vanessa, a second-year student in a postsecondary transition program, was moved and inspired by the book, “Wine to Water” by Doc Hendley.