June 19, 2018

College Resources for Disabled Students: Best Colleges, Gov't Programs, Scholarships & Helpful Apps

This college resources guide provides "an updated, definitive list of all the government and private sector benefits for disabled college students — free or low-cost apps & relevant assistive technology (+ discounts), plus a list of available scholarships. New for 2018, we’ve added a section listing colleges specifically for students with learning disabilities."
Here’s what you’ll get in this guide:
  • 5 of our best tips for accessing college education as a person with disabilities.
  • A list of government resources for your education
  • Tips on scholarships, top schools for people with disabilities, discounts on assistive technology, and more!
College Resources for Disabled Students: Best Colleges, Gov't Programs, Scholarships & Helpful Apps

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