Catch The Wave is a one-day conference designed specifically for high school students who have a disability and are considering post-secondary education (either college or technical institutes). Students will learn about preparing for college life, securing appropriate accommodations, and developing self-advocacy and communication skills. Highlights of the conference will be panel discussions with individuals who have a disability and have experienced a post-secondary setting, as well as disability coordinators discussing entrance and eligibility requirements.
Read effective practices (PDF) to assist students who are going through the transition process from high school to post-secondary education specific to students who are D/HH
This tip sheet (PDF) discusses the challenges faced during the transition from high school to the postsecondary educational environment. It also addresses many questions that deaf students, in particular, may have about this period of transition.
Best College Guide for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students offers a variety of information about transitioning for high school into post-secondary schooling. It goes over specific AT devices, links to scholarships, and links to post-secondary options specific to D/HH students.