Getting ready to attend postsecondary education institutions after high school, such as colleges and universities, community colleges, vocational schools, and transition programs, can be a challenging process. This checklist is designed to help youth with disabilities identify tasks that need to be completed in order to be ready to attend postsecondary education programs and to be successful in the postsecondary environment. Remember that it will be important to reach out to the Disability Support Services (DSS) at your chosen institution for personalized assistance and accommodations that are tailored to your needs. Postsecondary education is a journey, and with the right skills and support, youth with disabilities can achieve their educational goals and beyond. Remember that there is a lot of assistance available to you from you high school counselor, your vocational rehabilitation counselor, and your Disability Support Services counselor, as well as friends and family. Ask for help when needed so that you can be successful in your postsecondary education experience.
Download our check list as a guideline