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ICI in “Think College” Consortium Addressing Students With Disabilities in Higher Ed

The College’s Institute on Community Integration (ICI) is part of a national consortium developing “Think College,” a set of resources to support access to, and success in, postsecondary education for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The consortium includes ICI, the Institute for Community Inclusion (University of Massachusetts, Boston), Center on Disability Studies (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Center for Disability Studies (University of Delaware), Nisonger Center (The Ohio State University), Vanderbilt Kennedy Center (Vanderbilt University), Center for Disability Resources (University of South Carolina), Tarjan Center (UCLA), and the Association of University Centers on Disabilities. To learn more, see the story in the April issue of the ICI staff newsletter.

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