Graduate School Success for Students with Disabilities

The NCES reports that graduate students with disabilities make up just eight percent of the student body. Disabilities – defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act as a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities – don’t have to act as a barrier for prospective graduate students aspiring to further education.

The linked guide provides funding sources, resources for students with visual and hearing impairments, and an expert interview discussing how to excel in graduate school as a student with a disability.