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North Carolina Postsecondary Education Alliance


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 as well as other advocates. Our mission is to expand the options for postsecondary education for individuals with developmental disabilities throughout North Carolina.

This website provides a list of resources pertaining to the PSE options across the state of North Carolina. In addition, you can find recent NCPSEA newsletters as well as information about upcoming alliance meetings.

NC College Options for Students with IDD:

The following resource contains information about PSE programs, including community colleges and universities, across North Carolina. You will find contact information and website addresses so you can learn more.

NCPSEA Program Information Grid

Video Resources:

Think College



College of the Albemarle PATH Program



Project SEARCH

Contact Information:

For more information, interested in becoming a member of the NCPSEA, or are currently a member and would like to feature an update of your program on our website, please contact:

Deb Zuver
Co-Director of Project STIR

Click Here  for a current list of our PSEA members. If you would like to be included on our mailing list, please contact Deb Zuver at deborah.zuver@cidd.unc.edu.

 

Newsletter:



Spring 2016

Spot Light:

Persever8, a UNC CIDD affiliate and NCPSEA member will launch in September of 2016. For more information, please visit: http://www.persever8.org/

NCPSEA member and 2015-16 LEND Self-Advocate, Kenneth Kelty was featured on Kerry Magro’s “68 People to Know with Autism for Autism Awareness Month” Check it out here



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