Mentors are often used to support students with intellectual disability as they transition to college. They are typically other college students who assist with academics, adjusting to college...Read more
This document identifies many college expectations for entering college freshmen and what middle and secondary school students with intellectual disability, their teachers, and parents can do to...Read more
In this Insight Brief, we explain Memoranda of Understanding (MOU). An MOU is used to describe an agreement between parties; it outlines each party’s roles and responsibilities and helps to avoid...Read more
This webinar was part of the Getting to Know the NCC webinar series in Spring 2021.
Dee Sapp and Kathy Becht, two moms of sons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, share...Read more
The future is bright! The Think College National Coordinating Center was refunded through 2025, and is looking forward to continuing its work first begun in 2010. In this webinar, you can meet the...Read more