Think College provides support and training related to postsecondary education options for students with intellectual disabilities. As a grant-funded national technical assistance center, we strive to provide the support that is needed to grow and improve postsecondary education options and to share useful information to families, students and educators.
Think College Technical Assistance Providers are available to answer questions and provide training and resources. Email our Help Desk! We assist families and students to find out about college options, help colleges and universities establish and sustain college programs, and work with program staff to assist in operating a college program that results in positive outcomes for students.
Think College hosts affinity groups on topics related to higher education for students with intellectual disability. Meetings are primarily online, and new members are always welcome! Affinity groups offer the opportunity for in-depth focus on a single topic in collaboration with others and gives members a forum for exchanging knowledge and problem-solving based on people's real experiences.
Strategic Capacity Building Projects: Think College can provide training, technical assistance and funding to support state level, regional or institutional capacity building. An application is required. More information is available on the page.
Join our online community to discuss ideas with others interested in postsecondary education for students with ID. With TC Conversations, you can ask a question to other community members, answer others' questions, share resources and discuss important issues on a wide variety of topics.