Parents of students with learning differences looking for college planning help are encouraged to power-up their smart devices and attend this year’s Learning Differences Virtual College Fair Feb. 23.
This event, sponsored by Go to College Fairs, is billed as a post-secondary planning day specifically for students with learning challenges and their families. There will be conversations focused on opportunities for students with a history of IEPs, 504 plans, or therapeutic supports and accommodations. And because learning differences can come in many forms, these forums can also assist those students who do not have formal accommodations.
There are two opportunities for participation – a morning session and an evening session. Families can “drop in” at any time during these scheduled sessions.
Below is the virtual fair schedule.
- Morning session (11 a.m. – 1 p.m. CST)
- Evening session (5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. CST)
It’s never too early to begin the college transition planning process. Through virtual college booths and live chats, families can get their important questions answered and even preview campuses from miles away!
Registration is quick and simple. Just go to https://gotocollegefairs.swoogo.com/learningdifferences2023/begin to start the process.
For any additional questions, families are encouraged to contact their child’s campus counselor.