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The OPS program is based out of the Center for Community Partnerships in the Department of Occupational Therapy at Colorado State University. OPS focuses on supporting successful postsecondary transition outcomes for students with learning differences including students with autism spectrum disorders and students with a brain injury who may need additional support above and beyond standard academic accommodations. Through the OPS program, students will receive services from an OPS Coordinator and individualized peer mentoring. Services may include (but are not limited to) assistance with study skills, time management, organizational strategies, self-advocacy, stress management, socialization, sensory processing strategies, recreation, and career exploration. The fee for OPS is $2,000 per semester. Note, eligible students may qualify for Division of Vocational Rehabilitation funding; for more information, send an email to contactCCP@colostate.edu or call (970) 491-5930.
If you would like to consider participation in the OPS Program please fill out the following information to help us better assess your needs and interest in the program and we will contact you shortly. Thank you.
Center for Community Partnerships (CCP)
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