College Disability Interview- Questions For Directors And Professionals

I’ve worked with a number of wonderful disability professionals and colleagues to help college students. We’ve realized that many students with disabilities need help when making the transition from the high school to the college system. Too often they are not informed of what to expect, let alone how to gain accommodations in college. A …

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5 Myths About College And ADD

I’ve worked with many students with various types of disabilities who attended college. In many cases, the student did very well in high school but found that college was much more difficult than they thought, often for reasons they didn’t expect. Many students who came to me after doing poorly in college had Attention Deficit …

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Students With Disabilities Need Comprehensive College Planning

As a group, American college students are encountering more problems and are taking longer to graduate than parents and students expect. The U.S. Department of Education estimates that, on average, only about 36% of students are finishing in four years, and even after six years only 58% have earned a four-year degree. These figures measure …

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