The Contemporary College Student

Episode 14

Season 1: The Chrissy and Trianne Show

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This engaging podcast walks listeners through the history of major laws and reforms that have shaped educational rights for students with disabilities. Learn about IEPs for students in K-12 and what an IEP translates to for a student entering college. Student Affairs Professionals will learn key takeaways and strategies to better serve students with disabilities. Join Chrissy and Trianne as they dive into better understanding how SAPros can help students with disabilities gain access and be successful in college!

Credits for Podcast:

Chrissy Feil- Producer and Host

Trianne Smith- Producer and Host

Jimmy Howard- Producer

Dr. Michelle Boettcher- Producer


References and Resources for Listeners: 

Duncan, A., Ali, Russlynn. (March 2007 and March 2011). Transition of students with disabilities to postsecondary education: a guide for high school educators. Retrieved from

Kena, G., Hussar, W., McFarland, J., Cristobal de Brey, L., Musu-Gillette, X. W., Zhang, J., Rathbun, A., …Dunlop Velez, E. (2016). The Condition of Education 2016 (NCES 2016-144). Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved from National Center for Education Statistics:

Stanberry, K. (December 2016). Transition planning for students with IEPs. Retrieved from

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