Our webinar series is taking a break for the summer, but will be back in August with a full schedule!
One student’s story of a shared accomplishment. Paige Gray was just like any other student at the University of Northern Colorado, she was learning how to be independent, choosing a major and working on-campus....
Isabelle, a Boulder resident who recently graduated from the University of Northern Colorado, is among the first Coloradans with an intellectual or developmental disability to graduate from a Colorado college or university.
University of Northern Colorado graduated its first set of inclusive higher education students, who have intellectual or developmental disabilities. What that means for one family.
In May of 2021 Caitlin will be graduating from UCCS. She is studying Early Childhood Education and is so ready to be an official graduate! Learn more about Caitlin.
Hear Vince talk about what going to college has meant to him.
Seniors that participate at the University of Colorado Colorado Spring (UCCS) with services from the Office of Inclusive Services all complete a capstone project that aligns with their career goals. Last week three upcoming graduates presented their capstone projects.
IN! recently launched a statewide survey related to college options for young adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) in Colorado. Your feedback is so critical to our efforts!
Brendan stepped foot on campus at the University of Northern Colorado in the fall of 2017. Now, in 2021, he will become one of the first students with Down syndrome to graduate from UNC!
In May 2021, Paige will become one of UNC's first graduates of inclusive higher education! Learn more about Paige and her journey through college.
Read about Isabelle, a UNC senior, and her experience since getting accepted to college four years ago.