RAM Initiative (Real Achievement Matters)

The RAM Initiative, a two-year, grant-funded pilot program at West Chester University, brings students with intellectual disabilities, ages 18-24, to campus in very small numbers to participate in a two-year, inclusive post-secondary education experience. The RAM Initiative is 'inclusive' in that RAM students learn, live, and interact with all students, faculty, staff, and administrators on campus, and not in segregated environments. Students take classes on an Audit basis and have a non-traditional application/admissions process. These individuals are full-time students, have full priveleges of the University, and are eligible for Pell Grants and Federal Financial Work Study programs (if financially eligible).

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