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Transition and Access Program (TAP)

TAP

THINK COLLEGE!
A COLLEGE OPTION FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES

Starting Fall 2012 -The Intellectual Advancement Center, the Special Education Program, and the School of Education are proud to introduce the Transition and Access Program (TAP) at the University of Cincinnati.

The program offers a 4-year, non-degree option for students with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities who want to actively engage in the full college experience, including participation in regular college classes, engaging in professional internships, and enjoying an active social life with friends.

TAP in the News

 

The University of Cincinnati has a vision of a world in which young adults with intellectual disabilities have the option of electing postsecondary education as part of their planning for transition from high school to the adult world. UC will be a world leader in creating an authentic, inclusive living-learning experience that builds career skills, academic achievement, personal responsibility, interpersonal competence, and a promising future for young adults with intellectual, cognitive, and learning disabilities.