Transition Workshop and Campus Tour: GCU

On Tuesday, September 19th at 5:30pm, students and families are invited to join us in the New Way Library as we learn about Grand Canyon University's academic programs. This presentation will spotlight GCU's campus community, degree options, academic supports, Disability Resources, student life, campus housing, admission requirements, scholarships, tuition, financial aid, and beyond. Seniors will have the opportunity to visit GCU on Monday, September ...

Transition Workshop: College Living Experience

College Living Experience (CLE) is a premier post-secondary program that supports adults with learning differences as they transition to post-secondary educational pathways. CLE provides living, educational, vocational, and functional supports for students. With services in California, Colorado, Texas, Florida, and Maryland, each location has partnerships with various local educational agencies to support student success. Our New Way Transition Team had the ...

College Fair

Colleges that Change Lives (CTCL) is an organization of ground-breaking colleges across the country that have been recognized for their innovative approach to educating young-adults and supporting a student-centered college search.  CTCL offers a national series of information sessions and college fairs for students and parents. The session begins with an enlightening 30-minute presentation on today's college search process, followed by a 1.5-hour ...

KB Hope Scholarship

The KB Hope Scholarship is in honor of a courageous woman who was well-known in her community for her generosity and dedication to education. Family, faith, and community were the cornerstone of her life and when life presented her with the challenge of ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), she faced it with determination and grace. The ...

Project Search Information Night

Project Search invites you to join in learning about an exciting new opportunity for students with disabilities to train in a unique transition-to-work internship program based at CityScape in Downtown Phoenix. Project SEARCH is an employment training program for students with disabilities between 18 to 21 years of age. Students participating in the 2017/2018 calendar ...

ASU Polytechnic Summer Camps

Rising seniors are invited to attend SEE@ASU this summer. This one-week camp (hosted July 10-14 OR July 17-21) offers students the opportunity to learn more about engineering focused professions and the diverse disciplines within the field. Students will visit labs, meet faculty, and engage in project-based learning activities. ASU Polytechnic also hosts the National Summer Transportation ...