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Question #5:
  • What are the best colleges for students with ADD and are there scholarships available ?
Answer #5:
  • In many schools across the US, from the elite ivy league university to the smallest community college, there are LD coordinators who oversee all students needing educational accomodations. Although I know of no scholarships given specifically to a student because of his or her diagnosis of ADD, there are numerous merit-based and need-based scholarships available at every school. Some colleges who have proven their commitment to facilitating accomodations for students with ADD are: American University, DC; Curry College, MA; Clark University, MA; University of Hartford, CT; Landmark College, VT; University of Vermont, VT; West Virginia Wesleyan College, WV. Direct links to the web sites and e-mail addresses of these and other colleges and universities can be found on the EDUFAXResources page.
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