- Are you an 18-30 year-old student who had to leave college due to a mental health challenge?
- Do you want to return to college and successfully reach your educational goals?
College Re-Entry helps academically engaged 18-30 year-old college students, who withdraw from their studies due to mental health challenges, return to college and successfully reach their educational goals. Our expertise lies in helping students build and implement an action plan to get back to college and develop capacities to do well, both in and outside of the classroom.
Our Core semester is an integrated 14-week (3 days per week) curriculum that helps a small cohort of students regain academic skills, restore physical wellness, and reclaim social community. Students have the opportunity to work with expert instructors in classes aimed at introducing and strengthening practical skills needed to succeed.
See a sample program schedule with class descriptions
Students meet with a coach an hour per week to develop a workable plan for reentry. College Re-Entry coaches help students with both the exploration process and implementation of the reentry plan.
The College Re-Entry Flex program is designed to support students who have completed the Core program and are looking for continued support while they are in college. For each semester they enroll, Flex students have continued access to College Re-Entry resources, staff, and support while making progress toward their academic goals. Whether taking one or more classes online or on-campus, Flex students design an individualized schedule that allows them to customize the level of support we provide. The program supports College Re-Entry students by providing:
Meet a successful College Re-Entry core program alumna as she describes her student experience:
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