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Top Colleges for Students with Visual Disabilities

Earning a college degree is challenging in itself, and there are even more obstacles for students who have visual impairments. When your vision is impaired, class materials are more difficult to access, navigating through campus takes more than just a map, visual social cues are missed, and most importantly, getting support from your college will likely be crucial to your success.

This guide offers a complete walkthrough to help blind and visually impaired students navigate their college experience. You’ll find a list of the things to consider when choosing a college, information on financial aid for students with disabilities, and the top schools for students with visual impairments, among other helpful information and advice.

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