UNC Greensboro’s Integrative Community Studies Certificate program is for students with intellectual disabilities who are interested in furthering their education past secondary education (high school).

Comprehensive transition and postsecondary education programs like ours empower students as they transition into emerging adulthood. The Integrative Community Studies certificate is a four-year certificate program – awarded by UNCG’s Office of the Provost –  that emphasizes self-determination, life planning, and career development.


With access to an array of campus and community resources, each student develops a college support plan to optimize their curricular and co-curricular experiences while at UNCG. Resources include individualized support, available during the week and weekends, focusing on co-currricular activities, including campus involvement, and personal skill development.