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It's important to understand how you learn. Public schools K-12 legally need to accommodate all types of learners. Those with diagnosed and documented disabilities may get extra support or accommodations and be on a 504 Plan or IEP.
Students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Discorders need to advocate for themselves in college. Support resources are available, but the student has to take the initiative to seek them out.
If you have a learning difference talk with your college counselor about whether or not you will disclose the difference during the college application process, or after you have been accepted to a given school.
Learning Difference Resources
Programs that Combine College and Support for
PsychoEducational Testing in Portland, Oregon
Face-to-Face Support in Portland, Oregon