Colleges with Programs for Learning Disabled

Discussion in 'Special Ed 101 Archives' started by Sheila, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. Sheila

    Sheila Moderator

    Colleges with-Learning Disability (LD) programs

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    Abilene Christian University
    Adelphi University
    Albion College
    Alfred University
    American International College
    American University
    Anderson University
    Andrew College
    Augsburg College
    Barry University
    Beacon College
    Boston University
    California State University Fullerton
    Centenary College
    Clarion University of Pennsylvania
    College of Charleston
    College of Mount St. Joseph
    College of St. Catherine
    Colorado School of Mines
    Columbia College- Chicago
    Creighton University
    Curry College
    De Paul University
    Diablo Valley College
    Eastern New Mexico University- Roswell
    Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
    Finlandia University
    Gannon University
    Hofstra University
    Iona College
    Iowa State University
    Johnson State College
    Kent State University
    Landmark College
    La Roche College
    Lee University
    Limestone College
    Long Island University/
    C.W. Post Campus
    Louisburg College
    Lynn University
    Manhattanville College
    Marist College
    Marshall University
    Marymount Manhattan College
    Menlo College
    Mercyhurst College
    Meredith College
    Messiah College
    Missouri State University
    Mitchell College
    Morningside College
    Muskingum College
    Nicholls State University
    Northeastern University
    Notre Dame College
    Pacific University
    Rochester Institute of Technology
    Rocky Mountain College
    Roosevelt University
    St. Ambrose University
    St. Mary's University of Minnesota
    St. Michael's College
    Santa Monica College
    Schreiner University
    Southeast Missouri State University
    Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
    Southern Oregon University
    Southern Vermont College
    State University of New York College
    at Oneonta
    Texas State University-San Marcos
    University of Akron
    University of Arizona
    University of Connecticut
    University of Denver
    University of Indianapolis
    University of Memphis
    University of Minnesota at Duluth
    University of the Ozarks
    University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
    University of Wisconsin- Whitewater
    University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
    Ursuline College
    Villanova University
    Waldorf College
    West Virginia Wesleyan College
    Westminster College
    Xavier University
  2. Martie

    Martie Moderator

    Thanks, Sheila.

    The level of support varies a lot at these schools. One that I know of is not on the list: New England College. It has extensive support. easy child's friend is a sophomore there and has EF as well as reading challenges that are a significant problem for her--in other words double time on tests would not cut it for her.

    FYI--even with graduate students, I must make accomodations for students with 504 plans. The most frequent are extra time on tests and allowing them to tape lectures. The second is not really needed because I allow anyone to tape, but not all profs do. It is fairly diffiuclt to be "otherwise qualified" in a highly selective graduate program (we admit about 25% of applicants), but it is possible.

    Therefore ANY school, not just those on the list, must adhere to 504 if they receive any Federal funding.