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Bethesda College of Applied Learning at Concordia University

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Person: Laura Stanley Pelzel (Director of Admissions)
Phone: 262.243.2183
Email: laura.stanleypelzel@bethesdalc.org
Website: https://bethesdalc.org/

Set in the inclusive university environment of Concordia University of Wisconsin, Bethesda College is a two-year certificate program designed to meet the higher educational and independent living needs of students with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities. It gives students with disabilities the ability to experience the full range of college learning and life, providing a “blended” model of instruction centered on the intellectual, vocational, social, personal, and spiritual growth of students.

Bethesda students live on campus in the dorms with support of CUW students, and participate in all campus activities. Students take Bethesda College Courses and Concordia University Courses with support, and participate in an internship and/or paid employment both on campus and off campus. Bethesda College Graduates are invited to be a part of our community based support program, STEPS, which focuses on individual goals with independent living and community & social involvement.

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