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In the News: UT to Launch Residential Pilot Program for FUTURE Students

Beginning in the 2019–20 academic year, UT will establish a pilot program to assess and evaluate the feasibility of access to university housing by FUTURE program students. Currently FUTURE is a nonresidential vocational certificate program for young adults with developmental and intellectual disability.

University Housing will partner with Student Disability Services to develop and offer a housing application process for FUTURE program participants.

The FUTURE program is a comprehensive program sponsored by the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences that helps young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities make a successful transition from high school to adult life. Upon successful completion of the program, students receive a vocational certificate.

Read more about about the FUTURE Program.

 

UT News: UT to Launch Residential Pilot Program for FUTURE Students

WBIR: UT to pilot residential housing for FUTURE program students

The Daily Times: UT to Pilot Residential Program for Students with Intellectual, Developmental Disabilities

Maryville Daily Times: University of Tennessee to pilot residential program for students with intellectual, developmental disabilities

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