|Colleges with Structured Support Programs or Structured Support Services for Students
with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and / or Other Disabilities
|Colleges with Programs: A-C | Colleges with Programs: D - H | Colleges with Programs: I - K | Colleges with Programs: L - M | Colleges with Programs: N - Z |
Colleges with Structured Support Programs
A number of colleges have established structured programs to provide support for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and/or other disabilities. The programs provide a variety of services that are designed to assist students in the college environment. These programs can be particularly helpful for those students in need of extra assistance in making the transition from high school to college.
This website includes information about a number of colleges that offer structured support programs. The colleges and universities included are those that have been researched by the primary authors of this website. This website is not designed to provide a comprehensive list of all colleges with structored support programs.
The specific services available through structured support programs vary depending on the college. As a result, it is important for students to carefully examine each of college interest to determine if the services available align with their needs and goals. It is also important for students to directly contact a representative from each college of interest to inquire about the specific nature of a structured support program and to inquire about the specific documentation that is required to be eligible to receive support services.
It is important to note that the services offered by support programs at colleges are subject to change. It should also be noted that many of the structured support programs are fee-based and certain college programs require an application. For more information, please view this website's disclaimer statement (disclaimer) and read the important notes below.
The colleges with programs on this website are organized in alphabetical order. To view a college, click on the name in the column to the right or click on the following link to begin to view information pertaining to college support programs: colleges
Other Resources on this Website
Links to the Disability Support Offices at Colleges in Different States.
Questions to Ask the Offices of Disability Support at All College of Interest.
Organization and Study Tips for College.
Research Information about Transitioning from High School to College.
External Rankings and Lists Relating to Colleges for Students with Disabilities (Note: the rankings
Frequently Asked Questions about Transitioning from High School to College.
A Chart with Key Differences Between the High School Environment and the College Environment
|Disclaimer: The College Academic Support Website is designed to provide information and resources to help with the transition from high school to college. The website is for informational purposes only. The information included on the website is subject to change. The website was created to provide general information about the transition from high school to college for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and other disabilities. The website is not intended to be the sole entity to rely on with regards to the college selection process. Determining colleges that are good matches depends on each individual's interests, goals, and needs. A college that may be a good match for one student may not be good match for another. Therefore, the inclusion of a particular college on the website should not be considered as an endorsement of that college. Similarly, a college that is not included on the website does not mean that it should not be considered or recommended.
Specific information that is contained on the websites of colleges and organizations that are included in the guide should not be considered to be independently. The use of the term 'best' on this website is based on the subjective view of MHH Educational Consulting, LLC. The support services provided by colleges included on this website can vary and are subject to change. Due to the unique nature of each individual case, it is important for students to independently research, examine, and visit all colleges of interest to determine which post-secondary institutions will best address their academic and personal needs.
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