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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!

Nick and Mia, two students with Down syndrome heading into their third year at UCCS, are interviewed by the local news.

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

Cordelia Robinson Rosenberg and Marijo Rymer receive this year's award!

IN!'s Program Manager Intern, Sara Pielsticker, is the recipient of the 2017 SPARC Education Award for dedicating her gap year between college and law school as an intern at IN! providing valuable assistance toward the organization's goal to open inclusive college options for students with ID

The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously raised the bar for the educational benefits owed to millions of children with disabilities in one of the most significant special-education cases­ to reach the high court in dec­ades.

On Tuesday night at the North Boulder Rec Center, clad in her purple trench coat with the golden Boulder emblazoned on the back and a tiara to match, Izzy proudly walked with her mother Eliza and father Todd as one of the six Panthers seniors that have left their stamp on Panthers swimming.

It is a passion she hopes to pursue when she steps on the campus of the University of Northern Colorado next fall in Greeley, something her mother has pushed hard for in the last few years.

Students in GOAL program gaining new skills in and out of the classroom

New program helping UNC students with developmental disabilities get education, find dream job

Senate Bill 196 is paving the way for individuals with intellectual disabilities to attend college in Colorado.