Students with disabilities are finding ways to access education
Nys students are finding creative ways to get the education they need through entrepreneurship.
With the help of the Nys Student Entrepreneurship and Technology (SSEAT) Program, students can access college classes from anywhere in the world.
Students can take classes online, in person, or by phone.
“We want to help them access the best online learning experiences possible,” said Nys SSEAT Program Manager, Susan Johnson.
“This is a great opportunity for students to have access to online learning opportunities from anywhere.”
Johnson said students are now able to take online classes on a wide variety of subjects including business and technology.
She said they are learning about entrepreneurship through courses and networking opportunities that they can share with others.
“They can even apply their knowledge to help others learn,” she said.
The SSEATT program helps students get online education in any language, including French, Japanese, Korean, and more.
Students have to have a valid student ID and have access via a government-approved mobile app.
Students can access classes online at http://sseatt.nyu.edu or through an app, including the NYS app.
For more information, visit http://www.nyubank.org/sseattschools/southern.html