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Kentucky Supported Higher Education Partnership

The Kentucky Supported Higher Education Partnership (KSHEP) [link] is a network of Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) across the state offering inclusive higher education programs for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as Comprehensive Transition and Postsecondary (CTP) programs.

CTPs support students with intellectual disabilities (ID) who want to continue academic or career and technical instruction at an IHE in order to better prepare for competitive integrated employment and independent living.

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Kentucky Comprehensive Transition & Postsecondary Programs Briefs

Learn about Comprehensive Transition and Postsecondary Programs (CTPs) designed to support students with intellectual disabilities (ID) who want to continue academic, career and technical, and independent living instruction at an institution of higher education (IHE) in order to prepare for employment.

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Think College

Think College [link]

Shows colleges from all over the country that have programs for students with disabilities.

Email: ThinkCollegeTA@gmail.com

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College Programs for People with Disabilities in Kentucky


College Programs for People with Disabilities in Kentucky [link]

Shows students options for college in Kentucky. Colleges that have programs for people with intellectual disabilities right now include: Northern Kentucky University, Bluegrass Community and Technical College, Murray State University, Spalding University, and Big Sandy Community Technical College. You need to contact the colleges for more details.

Murray State: cclemson@murraystate.edu (Cindy Clemson)

BCTC: rebecca.simms@kctcs.edu (Rebecca Simms)

NKU: jonesme@nku.edu (Melissa Jones)