“Hello! My name is Ashley Harvie and I am attending Metro State College. I know the campus now from bottom to the top. It really help me become more independent from riding the train there with Mason and Alan. I find out about the inclusive program from Cathi when I stop going to High Pointe Center. There was a meeting for people with disability to get the experience of a real college.
Then I am riding the train by myself. It is fun taking real college classes except there is a lot
of homework to do. I love going down there and walking around the campus and going to the Tivoli to get coffee from Starbucks. I am taking a ECE (Early Childhood Education) class, Yoga, Computer class, and personal finance. It make me feel good and hangout with my friends.
From last August when I started the boot camp, it was a really good experience for me and
I have learn a lot from the boot camp with Microsoft Office 365 and the other courses too.
After MSU Denver accepted me to be come a real college student this year after the interview, I was so excited to become a college student like Rick. I love all of the classes what I am taking now.
In the beginning it was hard first and stressful too. Now it is easy to write paper for anyone now. Being in college it is making me feel really proud of myself and being more organized at Metro State College. If anyone else interested to join this program. It is really fun and during the school year you can sit outside and have your lunch with your new friends you make.
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