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Postsecondary Education and Training Resources

Is College for You?: Setting Goals and Taking Action

This guidebook contains basic information, tools, and resources to help individuals make informed decisions about postsecondary education.

Think College!

Think College provides resources, technical assistance, and training related to college options for students with intellectual disability, and manages the only national listing of college programs for students with intellectual disability in the United States.

Think College! Ohio Statewide Consortium

The goal of Ohio’s Statewide Consortium (OSC) is to build, enhance, and sustain comprehensive transition programs for students with intellectual disability and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) across Ohio. OSC programs provide access to inclusive college classes, work experiences, social activities, and independent living and self-determination instruction.


Through the Ohio College2Careers program, Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) partners with Ohio colleges and universities to ensure students with disabilities have the support they need to complete degrees, attain credentials, earn higher wages, and meet the demands of tomorrow’s workforce.

DB101 School and Work Estimator

The Ohio DB101 School and Work Estimator can assist students and their families to understand how working and staying in school may affect disability benefits.

Federal Financial Aid for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

This resource provides information about financial aid options for students enrolled in comprehensive transition and postsecondary programs for students with intellectual disabilities.

College Autism Network

The College Autism Network provides resources and materials designed to improve access, experiences, and outcomes for postsecondary students with autism.

Navigating College

This handbook was written for autistic students by autistic adults based on their experiences navigating postsecondary education. It provides advice and guidance on accommodations, housing, advocacy, student social life, and health and safety.