Welcome to the Think College resource library!
Here you will find hundreds of carefully selected resources on a wide range of topics related to postsecondary education for people with intellectual disabilities including transition, applying to and paying for college, setting up and maintaining a college program, relevant legislation, competitive employment, living in the community, accessing benefits, and more.
Do you know of a resource that would be appropriate for our library? Let us know! Email Rebecca.Lazo@umb.edu.
Written by Amanda Morin this checklist is useful for you or your child to ask prospective colleges about their policies and programs related to assistive technology. If your child benefits from...Read more
There are increasing opportunities for students with intellectual disability in the United States to enroll in and obtain postsecondary education. This Fast Fact #17 provides a first look at the...Read more
This Fast Fact #18 describes the employment outcomes, including rehabilitation rate and wages, of youth with intellectual disability served by VR who participated in postsecondary education as...Read more
This Grab & Go Practices #4 explains why and how to document student skill acquisition and development in the transition process. When transition-age students participate in an inclusive dual...Read more
The IDE Student Evaluation Tool is focused on seven skill areas that inclusive dually enrolled students are engaged in and which can show growth. These include campus navigation and travel, time...Read more
This is the Spanish translation of our How to Think College: Conducting a College Search handout for families. It offers some basic considerations for starting the college search. The publication...Read more