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About

Consortium

Consortium Work

The Colorado Inclusion Consortium, led by IN!, works together to promote the development of high quality inclusive higher education programs statewide.

Accomplishments of the consortium include:

  • Achievement of Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP) status at UNC, ACC, and UCCS, resulting in access to financial aid for students with intellectual disabilities accessing inclusive services
  • Creation of a Comprehensive Higher Education Certificate that is similar across institutes of higher education
  • Continued program evaluation based on current and graduated student outcomes
  • Development of partnerships with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Department of Healthcare Policy and Financing

Consortium Members

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Latest News about Inclusive Higher Education in Colorado

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!

ACC, UNC, and UCCS have approved Comprehensive Higher Education Certificates (CHEC) for students at their schools accessing inclusive higher education services! Click the title for more details.

The Comprehensive Higher Education Certificate, offered through Elevate at ACC, was approved as a Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP). Under CTP status, non-degree seeking students with intellectual disabilities may access federal financial aid.

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