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A Step Above & A Step Beyond

South Campus

My Attitude Determines My Altitude

Our 2 programs are designed for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

  • A Step Above: Prepare for college
  • A Step Beyond: Prepare for work

You have choices!

You can enroll in 1 or both programs. You can take the programs in any order.

We will help you design a custom program that fits your needs.

About Our Programs

You will experience the college lifestyle while you develop:

  • Independent living skills
  • Social skills
  • Career readiness skills
  • Academic skills
  • Workplace training skills

We provide:

  • A supportive learning environment
  • An active campus community
  • Academic support
  • Individualized instruction
  • Job training skills
  • Internships with real work experiences
  • Encouragement of independence and self-advocacy

Program Requirements

You must be:

  • At least 17 years old
  • An intellectually or developmentally challenged student, high school graduate, or senior


To check availability, contact the South Campus Community Education (CE) office.

A Step Above:
College readiness courses
A Step Beyond:
Workforce preparation courses
  • Transitional Skills I
  • Transitional Skills II
  • Math Enrichment
  • Reading & Vocabulary Enrichment
  • Introduction to Office Skills
  • College Readiness
  • Transition Workforce Essentials
  • Professional Workforce Essentials

Choose 1 of these 4 non-credit career programs to learn specific skills:

  • Automotive
  • Floral Design
  • Recreational Aide
  • Office Careers

More job skills courses are on the way!

Download these flyers for more details

To request an accessible copy of these flyers, please contact by email or by phone at 817-515-4598.

How to Register

Before you can register, you must meet with the CE Coordinator at the South Campus CE office to review the programs.

We will explain the registration process during this meeting.

How to Pay

Payment plans are available.

Contact Business Services for more information:

South Campus Business Services
SERS 1105 A


South Campus

Community Education

Updated November 29, 2021