Most Popular Colleges for Students Who Learn Differently

Most Popular Colleges for Students Who Learn Differently

Many U.S. colleges and universities maintain fantastic classrooms, campuses, and curricula for students of varied demographics and learning levels. Some post-secondary schools, however, seem to go above and beyond for co-eds who might learn differently – those with challenges such as dyslexia, ADHD, or blindness. While it can be tough to pinpoint exact measures taken by various colleges to support unique learners, the following eighteen schools must be doing something right; they welcome larger percentages of students who learn differently than nearly all other institutions in the U.S.

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College Rank College Name #Programs Tuition Total Enrollment City State
1 Landmark College 100% $48,210 607 Putney Vermont
2 Mitchell College 42% $25,994 1,093 New London Connecticut
3 The Art Institute of Colorado 23% $17,532 2,925 Denver Colorado
4 Massachusetts Maritime Academy 20% $1,395 1,417 Buzzards Bay Massachusetts
5 Green Mountain College 18% $28,238 847 Poultney Vermont
6 SUNY at Purchase College 17% $5,270 5,070 Purchase New York
7 High Point University 17% $30,715 4,330 High Point North Carolina
8 Mills College 17% $38,066 1,676 Oakland California
9 Gallaudet University 16% $11,610 1,727 Washington District of Columbia
10 University of the Ozarks 16% $21,450 656 Clarksville Arkansas
11 Sterling College 15% $19,950 780 Sterling Kansas
12 Wheelock College 15% $28,990 1,533 Boston Massachusetts
13 New England College 15% $30,100 2,532 Henniker New Hampshire
14 Guilford College 15% $30,100 3,234 Greensboro North Carolina
15 Lesley University 15% $30,170 8,566 Cambridge Massachusetts
16 Kansas City Art Institute 15% $30,762 880 Kansas City Missouri
17 Beloit College 15% $36,444 1,428 Beloit Wisconsin
18 Stanford University 15% $40,050 22,026 Stanford California