Resources for Students & Families
In addition to viewing the resources below, you may also wish to talk to a teacher, school counselor, and/or your Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) if you think you might be interested in a supported higher education program.
In this issue, Owensboro Technical and Community College announces launch of new CTP, Student Spotlights, Mentor Spotlights.
“OCTC’s CLS Certificate program provides students with intellectual disabilities an inclusive college experience while gaining independence and workforce readiness skills,”
Students with intellectual disabilities have been significantly underrepresented in higher education. Learn more about inclusive higher education programs supporting students
This document provides information on student financial assistance.
This document provides more information about CTPs in Kentucky for students families.
Watch a video by Rebecca Gregory and Erin Fitzgerald about Comprehensive Transition and Postsecondary Programs.
ThinkCollege provides readers with stories from students with intellectual disabilities who have gone to college.
ThinkCollege creates and curates a variety of resources on topics related to postsecondary education for people with intellectual disability.