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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20 new students with intellectual and developmental disabilities to start college this fall, IN! hosts happy hours for students, "Opening Doors to College" and "Intelligent Lives" are free to watch this month, and a webinar on Benefits Counseling is scheduled for August 4th.
Wonderland Homes is generously donating the proceeds from a home under construction towards the expansion of inclusive higher education to a 4th college, graduates share their college experiences on a webinar, and IN! continues to respond to COVID-19.
This month, Colorado witnessed our first graduates of inclusive higher education pathways for students with intellectual disabilities at Arapahoe Community College (ACC) and University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS).
In this special edition newsletter we are recapping their final semester of college and celebrating this major accomplishment!
Recently I had the chance to interview two of Elevate at ACC's first students to graduate this year.