By Michele Turk
One of the most nerve-wracking and intimidating aspects of the college application process is writing the college admissions essay. Many students (and their parents) engage in and even manufacture experiences so they can write about something meaningful—all… Read the rest
By Melissa Rey
When I decided to study abroad, I was excited to be accepted by one of the top universities in the world. My research showed it would be a good fit for a student with LD. Classes were… Read the rest
For students with LD who are starting college this fall, preparing ahead will help ensure a smooth transition. Following are a few tasks to take care of before you head off to college.
Prepare for college placement tests: English, math,… Read the rest
The college graduation rate for students with LD is about half that of the general population (28% versus 56% of students that start college). According to the Institute for Higher Education Policy, this poor showing is largely due to education… Read the rest
Moving from high school to college is one of the most significant transitions in a student’s life. Unlike high schools, colleges expect students to be self-aware, understand and identify their needs, and seek support as necessary. Yet as freshmen, many… Read the rest