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I have a LEARNING DISABILITY.....

Question #17:
  • Which schools in Pennsylvania have programs for students with LD ?
Answer #17:
  • Your best bet is to contact the Learning Resource specialist at each school you are interested in to find out exactly what accommodations can be made. Information that is generalized does not always meet the inquiries of specific students, so it's best to do the legwork.
    The following Pennsylvania schools state that they offer accommodations for students with LD, but not all programs are comprehensive (in alphabetical order):
    • Chatham College
    • Clarion University
    • Drexel University
    • Duquesne University
    • East Stroudsberg University of Pennsylvania
    • Edinboro University
    • Gannon University
    • Kutztown University
    • Penn State University (University Park)
    • Widener University

    You can find the home pages and the email addresses of the Admissions offices of these and many other schools through the EDUFAX Resource page.
    EDUFAX provides services for the Learning Disabled Student.
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