Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative (ICEI)
The ICEI program at Bridgewater State University is a fully-inclusive postsecondary program for young adults with intellectual disabilities and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder. Students in the BSU ICEI program share the same experiences as their college-aged peers in the areas of academics, socialization, career development, and independent living. With supports in place, our ICEI students enroll in courses, take part in internships, and socialize with peers. This effort at Bridgewater State University has been tremendously successful; students have become more independent and actively engaged in creating and living their lives. Our program honors their dignity and worth, and fosters self-determination.
BSU ICEI program partners with high school districts who support transition-aged students interested in attending a college program.
Consideration for admission to the BSU ICEI program is given to students who meet the eligibility criteria.
Eligible Bridgewater State University ICEI students have the option to live on campus in residence halls alongside their peers.
Bridgewater State University ICEI students enroll in college courses alongside their peers.
Bridgewater State University ICEI students work on their own career goals through career check-in meetings and internship involvement.
Students in Bridgewater State University’s ICEI Program have the opportunity to fully participate in campus, clubs, activities, and service projects.
Students in Bridgewater State University’s ICEI program are supported by undergraduate BSU students.
Find the answers to frequently asked questions about the ICEI program.
ICEI staff contact information