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Academics

Students in ACCESS audit at least one inclusive regular university catalogue course each semester. The selection of these courses are based on the interest of the student. Every student enrolled in a traditional course is exposed to the course’s full curriculum, however, students in the ACCESS Program are responsible for learning a modified portion of the curriculum based on their individual functional level.

Students in ACCESS are also enrolled in specialized ACCESS courses designed to provide essential support for success. ACCESS courses change each semester based on the need of students; however, examples of classes taught include: Money Math, Basic Writing, Basic Employment, Community Access, Independent Living, and Current Events. Students will be academically engaged in classes Monday through Thursday with progress evaluations scheduled on Fridays.

Students who successfully complete all four years of the ACCESS program will receive a certificate of completion and will participate in MSU’s graduation ceremonies.