How to Apply
TAP envisions a world where young adults with ID/DD are afforded the option of post-secondary education. We are emerging as a leader in creating an authentic inclusive living-learning experience that builds career skills, academic achievement, personal responsibility, social networks, and a promising future.
TAP will begin to accept applications in August for the 2022-2023 school year.
- Cognitive assessment with documented intellectual or developmental disability
- High school diploma- age 18 or older
- Basic academic skills
- Ability to learn and participate in inclusive classrooms and work settings
- Demonstrate interest and ability to pursue educational, employment, and life experiences through post-secondary education
Fees, Grants, and Scholarships
- TAP Program Fees are approximately $16,000/year. There are additional fees for housing, meals, and UC courses.
- There are many financial resources to support students and families planning to pay for college such as 529 Funds, Able Accounts, grants, and scholarships. For more information about Grants, Scholarships and Financial Aid Resources, please view this page.
- TAP is a Comprehensive Transition Postsecondary Program (CTP), which means eligible students may receive funding from the Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, and Federal Work-Study programs.