Think College creates and curates a variety of resources on topics related to postsecondary education for people with intellectual disability.
The Resource Library includes over 600 selected resources on a wide range of topics related to postsecondary education for people with intellectual disabilities. Whether you’re looking for a journal article examining employment outcomes for students with disabilities, a webinar on Comprehensive Transition Programs, a sample lesson plan, or what’s going on in a specific state with regard to disability policy, there is something for you in the Library.
College Search: A regularly updated listing of all college programs for students with ID around the country, where you can use numerous different filters to find the perfect college.
Interested in digging deeper on a specific topic? Visit our Innovation Exchange, where you’ll find curated resources on specific topics.
Think College Publications: A place to find all the Insight Briefs, Fast Facts, How To Think College, Student Stories, and Data Reports published by Think College.
What’s Happening in Your State shares up-to-date information on state level legislation and policy related to postsecondary education for students with intellectual disability, a state contact to find out more, and links to college programs in that state.
Rethinking College: A 25-minute film produced by Think College that explores the growing movement to include students with intellectual disability in higher education. The page provides a streaming version of the film and related resources to educate people about the benefits of college for people with intellectual disability.
Who Is Thinking College?: Six students with intellectual disability share their experience on how college was not offered as an option to them when they were younger, due to low expectations, and then reveal how they are shattering those low expectations by attending college. These short videos were used in a Public Service Announcement (PSA) Campaign in the New England area, to raise awareness of college as an option for students with intellectual disability.