Inclusive Education Services strives to deliver an innovative and distinctive post-secondary educational experience, by offering individuals with intellectual disabilities immersive campus and vocational opportunities to achieve excellence at UCF and beyond.
- Students with a documented intellectual disability who cannot otherwise traditionally access post-secondary opportunities.
- Must have exited K-12.
- Personal desire to attend UCF and actively participate in academic and work activities.
- No age requirement.*
IES offers concentrations and students must meet all program requirements, a community internship will be the final commitment to complete the program. Student course loads will vary per semester and will be enrolled in one or more inclusive classes each semester. Classes and campus experiences will occur in the Fall/Spring. During the summer after the second Spring semester, students will complete a community capstone internship experience
Career Liaisons will work with each student to connect with an off campus internship partner who will provide a semester long internship.
Our Career Liaisons will work with each student to secure on campus work experience for a minimum of one semester.
Each on-campus living community will have trained Residence Life staff available at all times to support emergency situations.
A team of Resource Facilitators will work with each student to connect with on-campus events and provide academic support.