Students With Disabilities Urge Smoother Transition to College

For college students with disabilities, even small changes to college-classroom procedures—like taking a test in a small, quiet room rather than a echoing lecture hall—can be make or break for academic success, but advocates say securing access to such accommodations can be confusing, costly, and time-consuming.

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The process of determining what colleges require to prove a disability, what accommodations are available, and how to find a qualified specialist to conduct an assessment can be challenging for students who are already adjusting to all the changes of college life."

—Anna Higgins

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