Not everyone learns the same. If you’ve got your own Individualized Education Plan (IEP), we’ve got you covered.
Colleges do not have to honor the IEP, but many colleges will honor the broader existing accommodations from it, especially things like extended time and separate testing locations, use of assistive technology, and occasionally some note-taking services.
If you have specific accessibility needs, please make sure they are noted in the 504 plan you take with you to college. Think about what you may need for housing, dining, and getting to classes. Work with your school’s case manager or transition coordinator if you have questions.