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People with intellectual disabilities are an integral part of our diverse world. Diversity benefits everyone.

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 Mission

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

With your help we can make a difference.
 Learn more and get involved.

Latest News

We interviewed Hannah, a peer mentor at UCCS. Read what she has to say about what makes being a peer mentor unique and how it has impacted her time as a college student.

We interviewed Abbey, a peer mentor at UNC. Learn more about the important work of peer mentors! They truly are the glue to inclusive higher education.

UNC GOAL is now a Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP)!

Inclusive higher education hits a milestone in Colorado as a second school achieves Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP) status! Students with intellectual disabilities enrolled in a CTP may access federal financial aid. In January of 2019, Elevate at Arapahoe Community College (ACC) became the first program in Colorado to receive CTP status. GOAL at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) followed soon thereafter, receiving official designation in April of 2019. CTP status is a huge step towards inclusive at the college level and increasing access to higher education. You can read more about CTP at:

Kayla McKeon speaks on college as a goal, information is shared on 2019-2020 school year applications, students speak to what they are up to on campus, and IN! welcomes a new executive director