Universities with Exceptional Resources

Resources for those that are University Bound:

From the International Dyslexia Association Transition to College factsheet:

https://app.box.com/s/fqg4o5h0gz7dnts50vezw4c689d702h5

 

THE BEST AND WORST COLLEGES FOR DYSLEXIA – Dyslexic Advantage

There is no single ‘best’ college for dyslexia, but rather colleges that may make better (or worse) fits for an individual student. Do you have personal experience with a college as a dyslexic student? If so, please take this brief survey and we’ll share the results here. You can also send your reviews of colleges by email. All sources will be confidential on this site.

We are compiling resources from people we have spoken to, web, and text-based resources that included interviews of dyslexic students who attended college. Books we recommend include Dyslexia at CollegeThe Human Side of Dyslexia, and Colleges That Change Lives. Also the list of colleges that don’t require an SAT or ACT can be found at Fair Test.

https://www.landmark.edu/

“Bridge semester” available

http://www.beaconcollege.edu/

“Breakthrough Semester” available

https://www.nicholls.edu/dyslexia/

https://accessibility.auburn.edu/

https://www.salt.arizona.edu/

http://ozarks.edu/

See this informative & Dynamic piece from our friends at Dyslexic Advantage:

http://www.dyslexicadvantage.org/best-colleges-for-dyslexia/

http://www.bestcollegesonline.com/blog/20-incredible-colleges-for-special-needs-students/

 

DD-WI does not endorse any specific Schools, we are providing this information as an informational resource only, not to provide specific advice. There is no relationship between DD- WI and any of the previous content, use at your own risk. All information is true and complete to the best of our knowledge, all recommendations are made without guarantee.

“ If I were given the opportunity to  present a gift to the next generation, it would be the ability for each individual to learn to laugh at themselves.”
– Charles M Schulz   American Cartoonist, Author,  US Army sergeant in WWll, and dyslexic.

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