Going to college means a lot of big changes in a short time. That’s exciting — and challenging. The more prepared students are for college before arriving, the better off they (and their parents) will be. Being prepared is especially important for students with disabilities.
WINAHEAD transition presentations and resources are found below.
Resources for high school educators are found at Resources for High School Educators. For other materials of interest to students and parents, check out the topical pages in the menus “Student Resources” and “Parent Resources”
WINAHEAD Transition Resources
- Transitions to College for Students with Disabilities : This publication compares the differences between high school and college settings and looks at the information students, parents and teachers should know as a student makes plans to attend college. (Updated 10-2016)
- Transitions to College for Students with Disabilities (Text-only) This is a text-only accessible version of the content of the Transitions to College for Students with Disabilities. (Added 2019-09-11)
- Transición a la universidad para estudiantes con discapacidades: The text of the guide, “Transitions to College for Students with Disabilities” translated into Spanish. PDF format. (Added 2019-04-30)
- WinAhead Transition Presentation 2016: This WinAhead presentation discusses the differences between high school and college settings The presentation highlights the information students, parents and teachers must know for students to be successful in their educational college experience.
- NUTSHELL Version – WinAhead Presentation: A condensed version of the (2016) Transitions to College presentation suitable for use in poster sessions or for presentation sessions of 30 minutes or less. (Presentation updated 2019-10-28.) In addition, an accessible handout, “How to Survive College – (Accessible Handout)” is available. The handout presents the information found in the presentation in a bulleted list.