Archive of IN!'s Past Newsletters
73 students with intellectual and developmental disabilities will be enrolled in higher education in Colorado for the 2019-20 school year, students are keeping busy with summer jobs, IN! launched a survey to gather feedback on our outreach efforts, and the Summer Social is around the corner!
Comprehensive Higher Education Certificates are approved for students accessing inclusive higher education services and Arapahoe Community College launches a new summer camp for middle school children with special needs to learn about college.
Peer mentors discuss their role in developing inclusive campuses, UNC GOAL becomes a Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP), and the Daniels Fund grants IN! funds to continue our work.
A student shares his story about transferring to a university and joining a fraternity, Elevate at ACC became the first Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP) in Colorado, and two students spoke at the Courage to Risk Conference.
Celebrating a successful year and sharing comments from students, family members, and university staff.
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
Jazmine Murphy receives the IN!spirational Person of the Year Award, IN!'s Summer Social raised $101,000, the 2018-19 school year is underway for 48 students with intellectual disabilities, EnerCom hosts a golf tournament benefitting IN!
April's newsletter includes a video about a UCCS student, thoughts on the importance of touring colleges, and an introduction to our outreach coordinator.
IN! is seeking volunteers for our Summer Social Committee, new members join our Board of Directors, and ACC is accepting applications for next school year
IN! recognizes peer mentors as a key to student success, Colorado Gives Day is approaching, Watch a video to learn more about ABLE accounts and ways to save while preserving your SSI and Medicaid
Students are back on campus, Enercom raises $10,000 for IN!, Daniels Fund awards IN! a grant, and we prepare for the Step-Up for Down Syndrome Walk