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College Search: Learning Disabled Students Discuss this eTheme.

These websites are about helping students with learning disabilities search for colleges with programs to fit their needs. Students can learn what steps to take when transitioning from high school to college and find information about individual schools.


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This site offers a comprehensive college search feature. The advanced search function includes the ability for students to search for colleges based on their type of disability. NOTE: The "Student Lounge" link leads to a message board.
This site has articles and links to resources for students with AD/HD and other learning disabilities to use when considering life after high school. Learn about options to consider and things to look for when selecting a college to attend. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This article discusses the transition to college and how it can be exciting but also challenging if you have a diagnosed learning or attention problem. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This site lists colleges with programs specifically designed to address students with learning disabilities. Learn about each of these universities by clicking their link to be taken directly to information on supporting students with learning disabilities. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This video gives a personal view on students with learning disabilities. Learn about some of the learning disabilities that affect many students who are transitioning into college. NOTE: Video requires "Windows Media Player" or "Quicktime".
This article from the Washington Post provides some tips for learning disabled students when entering college. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Landmark College is one example of a college that has programs especially targeted for students who have learning disabilities or are AD/HD.
Read tips about what to do and remember when applying to college. Includes other resources, websites, and a list of famous individuals who have dyslexia. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This site gives information as a paid service, which helps you locate the right college or university.

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