Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Programs

Post-Secondary Education


Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Programs

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.

Inclusive Post Secondary Education Resources

Georgia Inclusive Postsecondary Education Consortium – Members of the 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. 

Georgia Inclusive Postsecondary Education Programs

Georgia Inclusive Postsecondary Education Programs 

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

Academy for Inclusive Learning and Social Growth

Georgia Southern University

EAGLE Academy

University of West Georgia

Project WOLVES

Other Resources

Search for colleges with IPSE programs in your state.

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.

The Guideposts for Success:  A Framework for Families Preparing Youth for Adulthood from the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth

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.

Read how Jonathan developed skills and life experiences in a post-secondary program that will help him gain employment.

Read “Eddie’s Journey through College to a Full-Time Job