Tag: learning disabilities

How to Start the College Search for Students With Disabilities

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

The college search process can get even more daunting if you're a student living with a disability. Here are some ways to enhance your college search. read more

Top College Search Tips for Students With Learning Disabilities

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

The right opportunity can go a long way for students with learning disabilities. Here are some tips to start a strong college search. read more

College Search and Scholarship Resources for Students with Learning Disabilities

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Here you'll find scholarships, helpful advice, and lists of schools just for LD students and their families navigating the college search and application process. read more

10 Tips to Defy Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities

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CEO, Founder, Dianis Educational Systems, LLC

Getting through high school and college with a learning disability is challenging. Here, someone who's been in your shoes offers her tips and tricks for overcoming your obstacles and achieving your goals. read more

Should I disclose my learning disability on my college applications?

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This is a sensitive topic for students who don't want to hurt their chances of admission, and don't want to be pinned with a label. The bottom line: the choice is yours to make. read more

Special Needs Summer Camps

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Senior Editor, Porter Sargent Handbooks

Increasingly, specialized recreational camps offer fun summer programs and activities to various special-needs populations. read more

10 Tips for Working with College-Bound Special-Needs Students

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As a college counselor, the rewarding task of working with special-needs students can also put your skills to the test. read more

What kinds of college search resources are there for LD students?

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Associate Director, Educational Directions, Inc.

Most college/admission guidebooks, general college search sites, and individual college websites and publications can be sources of information. read more