College Readiness

  • Going to College is a website containing information about living college life with a disability. It's designed for high school students and provides video clips, activities and additional resources that can help you get a head start in planning for college. This site includes learning style inventories, strength inventories, self-assessments, a search guide for volunteer and charity opportunities, disability awareness and advocacy, and goal setting strategies.

    Every student may apply for a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and get help paying for college.

    Check Out a College is a website with information on 34 community and technical colleges in Washington State. You may explore careers, find a college, and choose a program that fits your interests.

    Everett Community College's website has a Career Pathways tool that is associated with each of EvCC's professional/technical programs. Check out their site to find out more about earnings, job availability, and academic programs that will help you get the job you're looking for! 

    Edmonds Community College's Workforce Development section provides students assistance in Tuition, Career Resources, Training Programs, Employer Services and Community Resources. Check it out! 

    UW Bothell Campus Student Services Career Center can help you explore potential careers and degrees. Additionally, you can check your eligibility for (DRS) Disability Resources for Students.

    Shoreline Community College has well known Professional/Technical programs as well as Transitional and Online programs.
    North Seattle Community College Disability Services goal is to help students succeed. Contact them for pre-admission needs, intake interviews, classroom accommodations, consultations, resources and referrals.