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Becoming a Master Student
by David B. Ellis / Hardcover / Published 2002

Campus Opportunities: For Students with Learning Differences by Judith M. Crooker Paperback / Published 1999

Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools You Should Know About Even If You're Not a Straight-A Student by Loren Pope / Published 1996

Complete Guide to Special Education Transition Services: Ready-To-Use Help and Materials for Successful Transitions from School to Adulthood by Roger Peirangelo and Rochelle Crane / Paperback / Published 1998

Working towards Independence: A Practical Guide to Teaching People with Learning Disabilities by Janet Carr and Suzanne Collins /Paperback / Published 1992

Learning How to Learn: Getting Into and Surviving College When you Have a Learning Dsiability / by Joyann Cobb / Revised 2003 / http://www.learninghowtolearn.net/

Learning Outside the Lines: Two Ivy League Students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD Give You the Tools for Academic Success and Educational Revolution by Jonathan Mooney and David Cole / Published 2000

Peterson's Colleges with Programs for Students with Learning Disabilities or Attention Deficit Disorders by Charles T. Mangrum (Editor), Stephen S. Strichart (Contributor) and Jon Latimer (Editor) / 6th Edition - Paperback / Published 2000

The K&W Guide to Colleges: For Students With Learning Disabilities or Attention Deficit Disorder (Princeton Review)
by Marybeth Kravets, Imy F. Wax / Paperback / Published 2001

Promoting Postsecondary Education for Students with Learning Disabilities: A Handbook for Practitioners by Loring C. Brinckerhoff, Stan F. Shaw, Joan M. McGuire / Hardcover / Published 1993

Succeeding in College with Attention Deficit Disorders: Issues and Strategies for Students, Counselors and Educators by Jennifer S. Bramer, Ph.D. Paperback / Published 1996

Survival Guide for College Students With ADD or LD
by Kathleen G. Nadeau / Paperback/ Published 1994

Surviving the First Year of College by Steve Gladis / Paperback / Published 1999

Unlocking Potential College and Other Choices for People with LD and AD/HD edited by Juliana M. Taymans, Ph.D., and Lynda L. West, Ph.D. with Madeline Sullivan, M.A. / Published 2000

The George Washington University - HEATH Resource Center
(202) 973-0904 Voice/TTY
(800) 544-3284
www.heath.gwu.edu

Learning Disabilities, Graduate School, and Careers: the Student's Perspective Learning Opportunities Program
Barat College
700 Westleigh Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045
708-234-3000
www.nifl.gov/nifl/ld/archive/resource.htm
This publication informs the reader about the transition from college to graduate school or a career. In addition, a pamphlet called Employer's Guide to Learning Disabilities is available to assist employers who which to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

National Council on Disability Bulletin
1331 F. Street NW Suite 850
Washington, DC 20004
202-272-2004
202-272-2022 FAX
202-272-2074 TTY
www.ncd.gov/newsroom/bulletins/bulletins.html
Reports on the latest issues and news affecting people with disabilities.

Pocket Guide to Federal Help for Individuals with Disabilities available at www.dinf.ne.jp/doc/english/Us_Eu/ada_e/us_general/fedhelp.htm
Consumer Information Center
Department 114A
Pueblo, CO 81009
202-501-1794
202-501-4281 FAX
A summary of benefits and services available from the federal government.

Regional Center - PEPNet
Postsecondary Education Council Center on Deafness

Claxton Complex A507
The University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-3400
865-974-0607 V/TTY
www.pepnet.org
mailto:Pec@utk.edu
Focuses on a variety of topics concerning adults with learning disabilities, service delivery legal issues, and the latest resources in the field. Published three times a year.

Schoolsearch Guide to Colleges with Programs and Services for Students with Learning Disabilities
Schoolsearch Press
127 Marsh Street
Belmont, MA 02478
617-489-5785
617-489-5641 FAX
www.schoolsearch.com
This guide lists more than 600 colleges and universities that offer programs and services to high school graduates with learning disabilities.

The College Blue Book
Macmillan Publications
New York, NY
This five-volume set of books gives general information about colleges as well as information on scholarships, fellowships, grants, degrees offered and occupational education.
www.galegroup.com/pdf/facts/colblue.pdf

The College Handbook
Maureen Matheson, Editor.
College Entrance Examination Board
New York, NY
This book gives descriptions of most of the colleges in the Unites States.
http://apps.collegeboard.com/search/search_bridge.jsp

Adapted from Virginia's College Guide for Students with Disabilities (2003 Edition).
Virginia Department of Education www.pen.k12.va.us