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Where can I learn more about college programs for students with disabilities?

Where can I learn more about college programs for students with disabilities?

Published: Apr. 6, 2023Updated: Apr. 6, 2023

The Think College National Coordinating Center works on developing inclusive programs on university campuses all over the country. Their primary role is to provide technical support in developing programs, but also to provide information to potential students and their families, particularly through their website. Think College lists 311 programs nationally, including 18 programs in California. Most of these are Career2College programs in community colleges. To learn more, check out our article Thinking About College for Students With Intellectual Disabilities.

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