Garden State Pathways to Independence for Students with Intellectual Disabilities Project, also known as Turning Point, is made possible through a grant awarded to Bergen Community College through by U.S. Department of Education.
Students who successfully complete of all aspects of this program will receive a Certificate of Achievement offered through the Division of Continuing Education.
Completed applications will be reviewed by the admission committee to determine whether the applicant meets the minimum eligibility requirements. All applicants meeting the minimum eligibility guidelines are invited for a pre-screening interview with the Program Coordinator. Students are notified in writing of a decision as to whether the applicant will be granted an admission interview. All applicants put forward for an admission interview must demonstrate a strong desire to become an independent adult, and possess sufficient emotional stability and maturity to participate in all aspects of the program. Once admission decisions are made, letters of acceptance or regret are mailed to all applicants. Due to limited space, it is not possible to accept all eligible students.
**While family support is encouraged we regard our students as young adults and will address all communication regarding programming, coursework and internship concerns directly with the student.
Important Dates and Deadlines for Fall 2016 Enrollment:
Bergen Community College
400 Paramus Road
Paramus, NJ 07652