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The First Year Transition Program matches new students with disabilities with a student mentor. The mentors are Disability Peer Leaders. Students will participate in one-on-one sessions and group sessions with other mentors and mentees. Mentors assist students in navigating campus life and in making social connections in the first year at Carleton. The program is open and encouraged for all students with disabilities.
PEERS@Carleton for Young Adults is a 16-week social skills education program conducted over two terms. It is designed for students on the autism spectrum or those with other social challenges. The program's purpose is to help students keep friends and develop dating relationships. Skill training is provided by Chris Dallager, certified PEERS educator, and a trained Peer Leader acts as the social coach. Enrollment is limited and weekly attendance is necessary. For more information, please click here.
The CAPS program is designed for students who have experienced significant struggles with organization, time-management, planning and prioritizing, task initiation, and homework completion. It provides academic support for students with disabilities who desire regular assistance (minimum 2 hours per week) with these aspects of executive functioning. The term begins with a thorough review of course syllabi and expectations. It is important to know that this program does not provide content tutoring (available at Carleton's Academic Support Center). With student permission, we gather updates from instructors regarding attendance, homework completion, and grades.