100 Things Every College Student With a Disability Ought to Know
 
The Cambridge Stratford
Study Skills Institute

Orientation Use
Guidebook
Book Reviews/Links

What distinguishes Cambridge Stratford’s approach for orienting students with disabilities to college?

Our goal is to empower the students with disabilities (not just their parents) to complete their own self-orientation to college level learning with the aid of a pocket-sized resource that enables them to learn when and where their individual needs arise (i.e. 100 Things Every College Student With a Disability Ought to Know, etc.). The purpose for the Guidebook is: “To give the right kind of information to students with disabilities in the fastest way possible so they can use it immediately to begin solving their own personal issues and problems in adjusting to college and completing the requirements for their degrees.”

What age groups are best served by this text?

While the needs of first-time college students with disabilities is the primary focus of this book, it applies to many others as well. Adults with disabilities returning to college, high school students planning to attend in the future, and even current college students with disabilities and those transferring to a new institution will find the text valuable as a problem-solving and navigational resource.

Some examples for use include:

Orientation Use
Guidebook
Book Reviews/Links
Cambridge Stratford Home Page

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