Postsecondary Programs and Services for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities - Lone Star College System District



IDD Postsecondary Programs


Program NAME Program Description Program Contact Person Program Contact Phone Number Program Details
lifePATH™ Lone Star College lifePATH® is a four-year comprehensive model of post-secondary educational opportunities for students who have disabilities that affect executive functioning. lifePATH focuses on academic readiness, social expectations, and career exploration. Students are selected as a cohort, taking classes together on the foundation path. After two years, students may exit the cohort and pursue other certificate or degree programs at LSC with wrap around supports. Students remaining in the cohort will spend the last two years earning the Occupational and Life Skills Associate degree (OLSA) and the Business Operations Certificate. The OLSA degree addresses executive functioning challenges experienced by people with neurodevelopmental disabilities. Degree requirements provide opportunities for direct instruction in the academic, workforce, intrapersonal, and interpersonal behavioral expectations necessary for success in the college classroom, workforce, and personal interactions. Anne Ginnett PhD 281-655-3630 View Details
lifePATH® at LSC-Montgomery Lone Star College lifePATH® is a four-year comprehensive model of post-secondary educational opportunities for students who have disabilities that affect executive functioning. lifePATH focuses on academic readiness, social expectations, and career exploration. Students are selected as a cohort, taking classes together on the foundation path. After two years, students may exit the cohort and pursue other certificate or degree programs at LSC with wrap around supports. Students remaining in the cohort will spend the last two years earning the Occupational and Life Skills Associate degree (OLSA) and the Business Operations Certificate. The OLSA degree addresses executive functioning challenges experienced by people with neurodevelopmental disabilities. Degree requirements provide opportunities for direct instruction in the academic, workforce, intrapersonal, and interpersonal behavioral expectations necessary for success in the college classroom, workforce, and personal interactions. Montisha Hines-Goosby 936-271-6148 View Details





IDD Services



NO special services for students with IDD are currently being offered by this institution.