College With Disabilities is a website and blog that brings real-life knowledge of the higher education system to students, parents, professionals, and others about what to expect when attending college with a disability. It is the only website that is based on direct experience with the college system and students who are currently attending.
College With Disabilities is operated by Jeff Ludovici, a national-level Higher Education Consultant that works directly with students across the U.S. He is contacted by thousands of students and families each year, and has had clients at hundreds of colleges such as George Washington, Marist, UCLA, Washington State, Florida International, Texas Tech, Lehigh, Swathmore, Arizona State, Sarah Lawrence, and dozens more. He has also worked with students internationally, and has had students at McGill (Canada), St. Andrews (Scotland), and the University of Manchester (England). Jeff has also heard from students in India, Pakistan, Singapore, Japan, and from hundreds at both two-year and four-year colleges in the U.S.
Jeff holds both a B.S. in psychology and an M.A. in clinical psychology, and is the former Director of an outpatient center. He has worked directly with students since 1997, and brings a deep level of understanding of student disabilities to his college work.
If you would like to know more about Jeff’s work, please also visit his College Strategy Blog website, which contains:
- Articles on the phenomenon of bright students underperforming in college.
- Quizzes to test your knowledge on different topics.
- Reader Q&A that answers many common questions about college in the U.S.
- And so much more!
Also, his learning section, Learning At College Strategy Blog contains much more information, including:
- The Applied Learning Skills InventoryTM, which is a broad based screening tool to help students and parents uncover the reasons why a student does poorly in college academics.
Jeff is based in Pittsburgh, PA, but works with students and parents in many locations. Please feel free to comment on articles or other information at the site. Also feel free to use the contact form to reach Jeff, he responds within 24 hours.