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Welcome to Kent State University's
Career and Community Studies (CCS)
A Transition and Postsecondary Program for Students
with Intellectual Disabilities (TPSID)

Career and Community Studies (CCS) is a four-year program of study for students with intellectual disabilities (ID), aged 18-21, who have socially graduated from high school. The CCS curriculum provides inclusive experiences in Academic & Lifelong Learning, Career Development, and Independent Living. CCS offers an advising system that incorporates person-centered planning, college coursework, career and community experiences, social connections, and job development and placement.

The current inaugural cohort of twenty (20) CCS students began their freshman year in the fall of 2011.


Applications are not being taken for Career and Community Studies (CCS) at this time.


However, please stay informed through visiting our website.