Differences Between High School and College
While similar in aim, post-secondary services for students with disabilities are not a continuation of earlier special education services. The kinds of support services received in high school will not necessarily be continued similarly at the college level. There are a number of differences between high school and college which result in new roles, responsibilities, and expectations. SAS is empathetic, supportive, and available to students as they transition into a university setting. Some of the expectations and responsibilities are listed below.