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Santa Fe College
Project SAINT

Access limited to local school district:

  • No

Age Range:

  • 18-30

Program Length:

  • 1-2 Years

Students attend/audit classes with students without disabilities:

  • Yes

Internships / Employment:

  • Yes

Types of disabilities are included in this program:

  • Intellectual Disabilities

Accepts special diploma, or other non-standard diploma:

  • Yes

Accommodations available:

  • Yes

Student Housing:

  • No

Students will be issued a college ID with access to all college events:

  • Yes

Certificate options available:

  • Certificate of program completion

Application and interview

Project SAINT: Student Access and Inclusion Together
   Santa Fe College
   3000 NW 83rd Street, G33
   Gainesville, FL 32606
   Linda Mussillo, Program Administrator
   [email protected]  
   Neige Snider, Mentor Coordinator
Project SAINT is a newly funded program and is an exciting ancillary to a long-standing on-campus program for adults with developmental disabilities.  As a small, selective, and intensive college inclusion program for young adults who have intellectual disabilities and are no longer in high school transition programs, Project SAINT provides a vibrant "Top 10 community college" experience at Santa Fe. Students in Project SAINT create an individualized program of 20 or more hours weekly of academics, social and recreational opportunities, and vocational preparation and placements. Options exist to audit Santa Fe College classes, attend community education courses and personal development workshops, participate in campus clubs and activities, access the wide range of unique facilities (zoo, planetarium, and fine arts hall among them), and participate in career development workshops and vocational internships on campus. A complete 1-2 year "wraparound program" addressing a student's life plans for independent living and with employment as an essential goal, Project SAINT enrollees receive supportive academic and social mentorship as well as mentor coordinator counseling weekly throughout their tenure in the program.


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