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Creating fully inclusive college opportunities in Colorado for students with intellectual disabilities to foster academic growth, social development, and career advancement.

Students with intellectual disabilities who successfully complete an inclusive, post-secondary education realize a competitive employment rate over 70%,
compared to less than 30% for similar adults with no post-secondary education.

IN!’s Vision

Students with intellectual disabilities will be welcomed on college campuses and allowed to continue their education and preparation for life, as inclusive pathways become part of the fabric of all colleges and universities throughout Colorado.

With your help we can make a difference.
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Latest News

Inclusive higher education hit a milestone in Colorado in the spring when two schools achieved Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP) status! Students with intellectual disabilities enrolled in a CTP may access federal financial aid.

Johnson Storage and Moving's 2019 Backyard BBQ and Truck Pull raised $10,600 to benefit IN! - Colorado Initiative for Inclusive Higher Education and Easterseals Colorado.

First graduates are announced for May 2020, UCCS Office of Inclusive Services to host an open house on October 8th, we share a list of resources for parents, a new FAQ page is launched, Johnson Storage and Moving annual truck pull raises funds for IN! and Easterseals, and IN! receives a grant from Developmental Pathways.

In May 2020, four students will become the first students with intellectual/developmental disabilities in Colorado to graduate from schools offering inclusive higher education pathways.

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