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COLLEGE NAVIGATOR

Remote & In-Person Services Now Available

Easterseals College Navigator program assists students to identify barriers, to advocate for their needs, and to access college services and resources to successfully reach graduation. This program provides individualized services to college students with disabilities based on their goals, strengths, and needs. Services can be delivered in person, virtually, or a mix of both to meet the student’s needs. 


Who is Eligible and How to Apply?

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College Students with Autism who recieve DDS Services

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Students with any disability at partnering Community Colleges 

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Alternative options for college students with any disability

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  How College Navigator Can Help  
 
 
  Frequently Asked Questions  
 


Success Stories

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Bob Hoyt

College Navigator’s first graduate! While receiving College Navigator services, Bob was able to meet his academic goals, connect with on campus services, and become more confident in himself.
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Adam Walden

Adam is a gifted cello player with autism and he was even featured in HBO documentaries for his talents. But, his family worried about the structural challenges of college in a big city like Boston.
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John Miller

John knew he would benefit from unique college support services to help provide him with more structure and tools for success in his new educational environment.
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Stanley Cliche

By aspiring to enter the college setting, Stanley (self portrait above) was facing an environment that fundamentally does not support people with developmental disabilities.
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