The Personal Success Program (PSP) provides vocational skills training to students challenged with mild to moderate cognitive disabilities. PSP opens the door to students who may not otherwise enter post-secondary education. The purpose is to introduce basic skills and concepts for a variety of professions, while also providing opportunities to experience college life.

Requirements for acceptance into the program:

  • All new students must submit an application form and be interviewed by the program coordinator to determine eligibility prior to enrolling in classes. 
  • Students should provide the Program Coordinator with documentation of disability and reading level. At least a 3rd grade reading level is required for success in the program.
  • Students will be asked to sign a behavior agreement in line with College of Lake County’s student code of conduct.


Instructors experienced in the subject area team teach with a special education instructor. The curriculum is appropriate to the learning level of the student and delivered at a slower pace.

Want to learn more about PSP?
Register for an info session and tour to explore the possibilities available through this program and get answers to any questions you may have.


All classes are not offered every semester.

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