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.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate an inclusive postsecondary education program in a university setting from the perspective of students with disabilities, their parents, university...Read more
While there are at least 220 postsecondary education program opportunities for students with intellectual (learning) disabilities (ID) in the United States, there are also several postsecondary...Read more
Postsecondary education programs for students with an intellectual disability are expanding, and an emerging question concerns the impact of these programs on campus communities. The author...Read more
In this webinar archive, Cate Weir from Think College reviews the features and resources in the Think College Learn module on How to Become a Comprehensive Transition Program, or CTP. CTP status...Read more
These two excerpts from a May, 2014 webinar on the CTP Application process share the perspectives of two program directors who have applied and been approved as a CTP. They both share helpful...Read more
Presented by Ian Foss of Federal Student Aid in May, 2014, this webinar excerpt outlines the steps involved in developing and submitting an application, tips for a successful application, the...Read more
As more students with ID aspire to college, it is incumbent upon IHEs to engage in rigorous program evaluation to assess student outcomes and identify factors that foster student success. The...Read more
Individuals' attitudes impact the decisions they make in life. These attitudes are often formed early and are maintained by individuals throughout their lives. Attitudes toward individuals with...Read more