Fifty-two young adults with severe psychiatric disabilities were selected to participate in a university-based supported education program aimed at helping them develop the skills to choose and implement a career plan. Thirty-five of the subjects completed the four-semester program. After the intervention, 42 percent of the students were competitively employed or enrolled in an educational program, compared with 19 percent before the intervention. The number of hospitalizations experienced by the subjects in the first year of the program decreased significantly, and the subjects' self-esteem increased significantly. The results indicate that rehabilitation services on a university campus may be a viable adjunct to more traditional rehabilitation services for persons with psychiatric disabilities.