GOAL stands for "Go On And Learn" and is a fully-inclusive, 4 year, certificate program for students with mild intellectual and/or developmental disabilities to attend courses and live on campus at the University of Northern Colorado.
Students enrolled in GOAL register for two, inclusive, traditional University of Northern Colorado courses and one, GOAL course each semester.
GOAL Courses include:
Students enrolled in GOAL will also be responsible for attending 1 GOAL Course per semester (3 credit hours).
GOAL courses are differentiated to meet individual needs and are meant to provide specialized instruction, tools, and supports for success at the University of Northern Colorado and post-college life.
- Transition to College Life and Career
- Social Thinking for Community Living and Employment
- Literacy for Careers and Community Living
- Career Choices and Your Finances
- Active Engagement in Your Career and Community
- Career Income and Your Financial Future
- Workplace Skills, Interactions, and Communication with Co-Workers
- Preparing for Your Career and Independent Life after College
Students live independently with or without a roommate in the residence halls on campus.
- Students are expected to follow all University of Northern Colorado policies and procedures as outlined in the Housing & Residential Education Handbook.
- Please visit the Housing & Residential Education website for more information.
- Independent Living
- GOAL provides training for elements of independent living on and off campus.
For more information, visit their website.
Richard Hanks, | Executive Director GOAL | email@example.com | 970.351.1164
James Slaughter | Campus Life Coordinator | firstname.lastname@example.org | 970.351.1541