The InclusiveU Transition Program takes place on the Syracuse University campus and provides:
- Transition-specific planning focused on self-determination, using STAR Person-Centered Planning Process and typical College Advisors
- Extended learning opportunities with an individualized curriculum including weekly seminars on topics such as employability skills, team building, safety, technology and health and wellness
- Integrated employment preparation option in final year (Project SEARCH) and certificate upon Transition Program completion attesting to campus-based learned and career development experience
- Social, recreational, and personal skills support through Peer2Peer, a program that matches matriculated SU students with non-matriculated InclusiveU students
- Self-determination and self-management skill development
- Transition support for individuals and their families. InclusiveU Advisors work with an individual’s community support providers (MSC, Broker, FI, Community Habilitation, etc.) to maximize transition success.
- Inclusive Coursework of 1-3 classes per semester. When students have completed at least five courses in a particular area of study, they will receive a Certificate in their program through University College and participate in SU graduation ceremonies.
- Peer Mentors: Through a partnership with The Kelberman Center, we are able to coordinate mentoring and assistance during class and throughout campus provided by traditionally-enrolled Syracuse University students.