SERVICES AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
As students explore post-secondary options, there are many resources for special services such as tutorial support, academic advising, reduced course loads, and organizational and study skills programs.
These services can range from meeting minimal requirements of the Federal law (Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act) to the services of a full-time learning disabilities director, specially trainied tutors, and a full range of accomodations. Colleges that provide services to students with special learning needs will explore the nature of the services the student received in high school and determine the type of support that is appropriate in college. If the school has a special learning support program, the student should contact the director of that program during the admission process.
Click on the links below to view the resources available.
If you need assistance at any time, please make an appointment with your School Counselor or Case Manager.