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North Carolina Postsecondary Education Alliance

What is the PSEA?

The North Carolina Postsecondary Education Alliance is a diverse group consisting of emerging leaders with developmental disabilities, representatives of state agencies and organizations, legislators, educators, and families and other advocates. Our mission is to expand the options for postsecondary education for individuals with developmental disabilities throughout North Carolina.

Videos from North Carolina Campuses

A look at Western Carolina's University Participant Program

(Western Carolina UP Program Video)

Western Piedmont Community College’s Accessible College Experience

(Western Piedmont Community College Video)

The PACE Program at the College of the Albermarle, Manteo, NC

(The PACE Program Video)

Contact Us

Donna Yerby
Assistant Director of Services

Deb Zuver
Co-director Project STIR
(Steps Toward Independence and Responsibility)

Adam DePrimo
NC PSE Alliance Project Assistant


NC Postsecondary Programs At-a-Glance Grid

Click here to view an 'At-a-Glance' grid of the postsecondary education programs available across North Carolina. This grid provides a broad overview of each of the program's features.

Click here to view printable version of the 'At-a-Glance' grid

Postsecondary Education and Intellectual Disability in North Carolina

NC PSE Fact Sheet

Read the latest NC PSE Alliance Newsletter

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