Every college student needs to learn “how to college”—how to do the administrative tasks necessary to be successful. From your FAFSA to academic advising to planning and calendaring your workload, you’ll learn how to pull it all together.
As a student who’s blind or visually impaired, you have an extra “layer” of things you’ll need to learn in order to be successful. This layer includes things like assistive technology, orientation and mobility, and daily-living skills. It also includes self-advocacy. In high school, you had a team of people who made sure that your accommodations were in place. In college, you’ll build and lead that team. We at FBC are here to help you learn how to do that.
College Prep isn’t all work! Our program includes lots of great recreational activities to keep you moving and motivated! Past groups have participated in bowling, ropes courses, indoor skydiving, escape rooms, movies, horseback riding, fitness classes, theme parks, ice skating, self-defense classes, and so much more!