Welcome

The Adult-Student Transition Education Program (A-STEP) is an educational initiative to provide transition and postsecondary programs for students with intellectual disabilities (ID). Students who participate in A-STEP have opportunities to achieve their goals in an inclusive and supportive college environment. A-STEP program addresses the development of:

 

• Academic skills in the individual student’s area of interest;

• Meaningful employment through career development and integrated work experiences;

• Independent living and self-advocacy skills; and

• Social relationships and recreation/leisure skills

 

Meet & Greet

You are invited to the Adult Student Transition Education Program’s (A-STEP) “Meet and Greet” scheduled on:

DATE: Monday, November 24th

TIME: 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

WHERE: Fischer Room located on 2nd floor of Student Center at Minot State University

During this time, you will get an overview on the A-STEP program as well as hear from some A-STEP peer mentors and students. There will be time to ask questions about the program and for those who are new to the MSU campus, there will be a campus tour.

 

If interested in attending, please RSVP to Marilyn by calling 701-858-3580 or email marilyn.undhjem@minotstateu.edu by November 19th.    If you have any questions, please contact Amy Armstrong, Project Director at 701-858-3578.

 

 

 

Is  COLLEGE

a  POSSIBILITY

for young people with

INTELLECTUAL

DISABILITIES?

YES!

With A-STEP

Adult Student Transition Education Program

Adult Student Transition Program  500 University Ave W  Minot, ND 58707     (800) 233-1737