College Bound Students with Disabilities
Beacon College - Open House and Webinar Series
Beacon's Deep Dive webinar series feature programs and topics designed to help students and families prepare for the transition to college.
Beacon will be hosting a virtual open house on Jan. 22nd. This event is a live online event, featuring an overview of Beacon's transition programs, academics, student life, admissions, financial aid, plus live Q&A's with faculty and staff. Registration is through their website.
Landmark College Webcasts
Parent Stories Webcast is part of an ongoing series on the Conduit platform. Below is a list of previous presentations from Fall 2020 and Spring 2021. Click on any of the titles to watch: Career Connections, Summer Programs, Alumni and Student Stories, B.A. Communications and Entrepreneurial Leadership Degree, Hybrid Learning , Health and Counseling Services, Student Life, Financial Aid and Scholarships, Bridge Experience, Transition at College.
A Parent's Guide
A resource for parents to assist in the transition from high school to college can be accessed through the above title link.
College planning resources available through BestColleges.com:
An Overview of College Resources for Students with Disabilities
College Guide for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
College Guide for Students with Learning Disabilities
College Guide for Students with Physical Disabilities
College Guide for Students with Psychiatric Disabilities
College Guide for Students with Visual Impairments
Career Guide for Students with Disabilities
A career planning resource available through BestColleges.com
Career Resource for Students with Disabilities
A resource outlying options for students available through Zety.com
Scholarship Resources for Students with Disabilities
A resource for scholarships and financial information available through AffordableColleges.com
College Resources for Students with Disabilities
A collection of resources from Rutgers University for parents and students
Financial Aid Resources for Students with Disabilities
A financial aid resource available through GoodCall.com