Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Inclusive Post-Secondary Academy (IPA) at Georgia Tech

The Inclusive Postsecondary Academy at Georgia Tech (IPA) is a four-year, two certificate program for students with mild intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) leading to two separate Certificates of Social Growth, Academic Enrichment, and Vocational Exploration.  The purpose of the program is to provide the opportunity for all students to realize their intellectual and personal potential, with appropriate support for success.

The IPA at Georgia Tech provides students with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to engage in the full college experience, including building a social network, participation in regular college classes, living independently, working in professional internships, and enjoying an active social life with friends, and mentors.

Students enrolled in the IPA program at Georgia Tech have access to support and resources on campus, including mentoring, tutoring, writing assistance, library, and campus recreation.
The Georgia Tech Inclusive Postsecondary Academy will accept applications through January 15th, 2015.

To learn more about the Inclusive Postsecondary Academy at Georgia Tech please visit: www.ipa.gatech.edu

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