Transition to Post-secondary
Transition to post-secondary provides an opportunity for you to access a range of services that can enhance your educational success.
You may benefit from one or more of the following options:
Some of the following files are provided in Portable Document Format [PDF] which requires the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe. Download Acrobat Reader
- Assistive listening devices
- ASL, oral, and contact sign interpreting
- Computer note taking
- TypeWell transcribing
- Real-time captioning
The type of service you request will depend on a number of factors including:
- Speaker characteristics
- Course format and expectations
- Physical setting
- Personal factors
Think ahead - learn more about navigating Post-Secondary education. [PDF]
As a post-secondary student you need to:
- Make career and educational decisions
- Learn how to access services
- Understand your rights and responsibilities.
To better prepare for your study, follow Transition Checklist and timelines for Post-Secondary.BC Youth Support Program [PDF] provides assistance and a network for deaf and hard of hearing youth in their academic settings at the secondary and post-secondary levels. The group also fosters relationships between youth and deaf and hard of hearing mentors (young adults) through social events, workshops, and sharing personal experiences related to hearing loss.
Also, check out our resources page.