College STAR is a network of professionals who support students who have learning & attention differences (neurodiversities). The network establishes a nexus of experiences, expertise, and resources to enhance and improve our programs and create opportunities for students nationwide.
Historical Information About College STAR
|Phase I||This video provides an overview of the beginning of the College STAR Program on both the campuses of East Carolina University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.|
|Phase II||This video discusses the implementation of the College STAR Program at ECU, UNCG, and Appalachian State University in order to ensure equal opportunities for success to students with learning differences.|
|Phase III||This video describes how the College STAR Program expanded and experimented with new innovations and ideas.|
|Phase IV||This video describes how ECU, UNCG, ASU, and Fayetteville State University came together to build upon resources, develop instructional support content, spread the word and establish a student support network.|
|Phase V||During this video, viewers will understand how the College STAR Program developed self-sustaining and collaborative programs to support post-secondary education for students with learning and attentions differences.|
|Ending||This video summarizes the overall purpose and importance of the College STAR Initiative and how it can contribute to creating a welcoming learning environment for all students.|