Check out the following resources for additional guidance and support.
CUNY Leads provides help to students with disabilities looking for employment.
The U.S. Department of Education can help you know your rights and responsibilities.
Heath Resource Center is a national clearinghouse on postsecondary education for individuals with disabilities. Every year Heath publishes a summary on financial aid resources for students with disabilities on their website.
Affordable Colleges for Students with Disabilities is a complete guide to college financing for students with disabilities.
Learning Ally provides audio recordings of many textbooks and offers membership for students with qualifying print disabilities.
Bookshare provides print-disabled people in the United States with legal access to over 36,000 books and 150 periodicals that are converted to Braille, large print or digital formats for text-to-speech audio. It’s free to all U.S. students with qualifying disabilities.
Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology (DO-IT) provides resources for students preparing for college and careers.
Learning and study skills:
Discover Business offers tips for learning and studying more effectively.
The College Affordability Guide can help students find an affordable college when they’re ready to transfer.