College readiness

The majority of college students with visual impairments don’t graduate. At Perkins, we work with college aspiring students and their families and TVIs to develop the range of skills they need to succeed in college. Explore our College Readiness Resource Center.

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Pencil filling in a bubble test form.
Guide

New digital SAT

Drawing of a document with a physical bookmark ribbon.
Guide

Creating Bookmarks in Word

Drawing of a laptop on a desk.
Guide

Technology goals required for the workplace

Graphic: Learning to explain usable vision
Activity

Learning to explain usable vision

Numpad keyboard on a computer.
Guide

Computer Numpad Part 2: NVDA Review Cursor Video Tutorial

Image of Martin Luther King, Jr and an American flag with text, "I have a dream"
Activity

I Have a Dream: High school literature activities

Graphic: "Learning to use dictation as assistive technology with low vision"
Guide

Learning to use dictation as assistive technology with low vision

Graphic: How I organize digital files for my classes
Guide

How I organize digital files for my classes

image of CCTV device and magnified screen
Article

College Experience/Advice from a Mom

An adult Florida Panther image used as an alt text description activity.
Activity

Train gen ed teachers: Creating accessible documents activity

Graduation cap with accent marks. Text: "2022."
Story

Meet a few of our 2022 graduates

Article

Why we don’t have a “list of colleges for students with visual impairments”