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Joined: Nov 03, 2005
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Posted Sep 19, 2004 at 5:16:35 PM
Subject: LD Help in College

I am looking into colleges for my son who is a junior in High School and has Learning Disabilities.

Has anyone heard of the following schools-Good or bad things.

Regis University-Denver
College of Mount St. Joseph-Ohio
Muskingum College-Ohio
Mercyhurst College-Erie, Pa.
Marshall University-West Virginia
Christendom College-Front Royal, Va.
Gannon University-Erie, Pa.
Randolph Macon College-Virginia
Kent State University-Ohio
George Mason University-Fairfax, Va.
Beacon College-Florida
Lynn University
or American University-Washington, D.C.

or if there are any others.
Thanks

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Posted:Sep 23, 2004 9:39:39 PM

I'veheard of many of the schools you have mentioned. I took my child to see some of them. He is starting his freshman year at Lynn University, and so far he loves it. I was told by some councler that it was the best comprehensive support program. Time will tell.

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Posted:Sep 26, 2004 3:32:20 PM

Quote "Margaret Opsal":

I am looking into colleges for my son who is a junior in High School and has Learning Disabilities.

Quote "Margaret Opsal":

Has anyone heard of the following schools-Good or bad things.

Quote "Margaret Opsal":

Regis University-Denver
College of Mount St. Joseph-Ohio
Muskingum College-Ohio
Mercyhurst College-Erie, Pa.
Marshall University-West Virginia
Christendom College-Front Royal, Va.
Gannon University-Erie, Pa.
Randolph Macon College-Virginia
Kent State University-Ohio
George Mason University-Fairfax, Va.
Beacon College-Florida
Lynn University
or American University-Washington, D.C.

Quote "Margaret Opsal":

or if there are any others.
Thanks

I graduated from American University in Washington, DC. The program for students with learning disabilities is great. They offer lots of support...

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