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North Dakota Disability Services Council

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Transition From High School to College for Students with Disabilities

-Frequently Asked Questions

-How is College Different from High School?

-Differences between I.D.E.A. and Section 504, Subpart E

-Students with Disabilities: Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

-Taking the Next Step: Helping Students with Disabilities Transition from High School to College

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North Dakota Colleges and Universities Disability Services Council

in Partnership with

the Office of Special Education,
Department of Public Instruction


The Mission of the Disability Services Council is to support and promote the efforts of North Dakota colleges and universities to provide full participation for students with disabilities in higher education.


  1. To support transition planning efforts from secondary through post secondary opportunities by means of consultation, collaboration and mutual education.

  2. To promote seamless transition for college students with disabilities transferring within ND colleges and universities.
  3. To assist fellow post secondary institutions in providing reasonable accommodations, disability related services and shared resources through consultation and collaboration.
  4. To promote professional development activities for ND Disability Services Council and secondary school personnel.
  5. To develop and expand relationships among stakeholders.

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