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Inclusive Higher Education General Information

Overview of Inclusive Higher Education in Colorado
An overview of supports available to students with intellectual disabilities at Arapahoe Community College, University of Northern Colorado, and University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Download Presentation Slides for Overview of Inclusive Higher Ed Presentation Slides

UNC GOAL Virtual Open House
UNC's Go On and Learn (GOAL) is an inclusive higher education program at the University of Northern Colorado for students with intellectual and developmental (I/DD). Learn about applying to college for fall 2021, hear from a UNC student with I/DD, meet GOAL staff and learn how they supports students with I/DD, and get answers to your UNC specific questions.

Autism and Higher Education Supports
There are a range of options for students with autism to receive varying levels of support in higher education. Join us for this webinar to hear about various programs in the state, including Elevate at ACC, GOAL at UNC, Inclusive Services at UCCS, CHOICES at CSU, and the ISSAC program at Metropolitan State University of Denver.


Student and Parent Panels

Preparing for College - Student/Parent Panel
This session is tailored for parents and will discuss preparing your child with a disability for college. Hear from current college students and their parents regarding what they're learned about success in college.

Transition from Higher Education to Employment - Perspectives of Recent Graduates and Families
A webinar hosted by Colorado's Office of Employment First. In May 2020 Colorado saw our first graduates of inclusive higher education pathways! Hear from those graduates on how college prepared them for their future careers. Speakers include graduates, a parent, and a team member from the Office of Inclusive Services at University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.


Preparing for College

Preparing Students with Disabilities for College in Colorado
A collaboration between IN! and the Colorado Department of Education.

Preparando para ir a la universidad (Espanol/Spanish)
Hablaremos de todo lo que tu necesitas saber para que los estudiantes con capacidades especiales vayan a la universidad.


Disability Resources and College

Benefits Counseling
Benefits Counseling is a service that helps individuals with disabilities and their families understand how employment and other life decisions will impact their benefits (examples: Social Security, health insurance, housing assistance, etc.). Benefits Counseling addresses the fears and concerns many individuals and their families have about a reduction in benefits if they start to work. In this webinar, Melanie Honsbruch from the Colorado Office of Employment First, discusses what Benefits Counseling is, how to access it, when/why someone might access it, and more. Download the benefits counseling webinar slides.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation 101
The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation provides a wide variety of individualized services to support people with disabilities to reach their employment goals. In this webinar, Darby Remley, guest speaker from Colorado DVR, will provide an overview of DVR - what it is, how to enroll, and how services can be used before, during, and after college.

Financial Variables in Higher Education
Learn about financial variables pertaining to students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in higher education. Topics will include: Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, ABLE Accounts, FAFSA (financial aid), etc.

Medicaid Waivers and College
Medicaid Waivers are a set of Health First Colorado benefits that you might be able to use in certain cases. These benefits can help you in your home and community. In this webinar, learn about how to access waivers and how they can be used in college.

DIP Into Disability Speaker Series
This speaker series is offered by Easterseals Colorado and funded by Denver Human Services. IN! provided a presentation on college options for students with intellectual disabilities. At the link above, you will find a variety of other recorded and upcoming presentations including: Transition Services, Caregiver Respite, Employment Services, DVR, Benefits Counseling, Navigating Medicaid Waivers, and Social Security.


Statewide Movement for Inclusive Higher Education

Needs Assessment Results & Next Steps
The results are in! From April-July 2021 IN! conducted a statewide needs assessment to better understand college interests of students with intellectual disabilities (ID) across the state, and barriers to college that they may be facing. This recorded presentation provides a summary of the findings and a discussion of ways we can all collaborate to improve college access for students with intellectual disabilities. Download a copy of the written needs assessment report.

Status of Inclusive Higher Education in Colorado Spring 2021
Senate Bill 16-196 created a 5-year pilot program to establish inclusive higher education programs for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities at the University of Northern Colorado, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and Arapahoe Community College. Hear updates from leaders on strategies, barriers and successes of inclusion in the university programs participating in the pilot. Download Status of Inclusive Higher Education presentation slides.

Back to School with Inclusive Higher Ed - Fall 2020
In this webinar we cover updates on Colorado's inclusive higher education programs, tips for preparing for college throughout this school year, and projects IN! has underway to support teachers in raising awareness about college options for students with intellectual disabilities.

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