FPCTP Awareness Month Campaign Directions

We are excited to celebrate the growth and success of our Florida Postsecondary Comprehensive Transition Programs over the years and showcase the impact these programs have on students and the community during the week of January 21-27, 2024. We invite you to participate in this celebratory week by joining the #FPCTPAwarenessWeek photo campaign:

  • Take a horizontal photo of your students, wearing your college colors or merchandise (hats, scarves, shirts, etc.).
  • Send the photo to Drexler B. James. Include your program name, institution name, and a statement on why FPCTPs are so important on college campuses.
  • We will edit the photo into our FPCTP Awareness Week border to share on social media and tag you.

  • Feel free to also create your own social media posts and images. Be sure to tag Florida Center for Students with Unique Abilities (FCSUA) in your posts and use the hashtag #FPCTPAwarenessWeek so we can join you in the celebration. (Just right-click the image and choose "Save image as..." to download.)

    Think College has proclaimed May 1st as Inclusive Postsecondary Education (IPSE) Day. IPSE Day is designated to raise awareness and support about inclusive postsecondary education options available nationwide for students with intellectual disabilities to attend college.
    The Florida Center for Students with Unique Abilities encourages YOU to share stories of your students in inclusive settings around the campus. Create your own social media posts and share them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram on May 1st. Be sure to tag the Center (FloridaCSUA on Facebook and FCSUA on Twitter and Instagram) in your posts, so we can share your posts on our channels too! Don't forget to use the hashtag #IPSEDay2024.
    Visit the Think College IPSE Day webpage for additional ideas on how to raise awareness for IPSE Day.

    It is graduation season and we want to celebrate with you and your students! We ask that you take individual and group photos of the students completing their FPCTP program, if possible, in their cap and gown. Please upload the photos, in jpeg or png format, to FCSUA's Graduation Folder on our Google Drive. If you have difficulty uploading to the Google Drive folder, please contact Iris Neil or Drexler James.
    Visit FCSUA Google Drive to upload your pictures.