Postsecondary Educational Resources
Americans with Disabilities Act Q&A, The ADA, Section 504 & Postsecondary Education (from the Pacer Center)
Autism After 16 - contains resources for transition to adulthood
Going to College - a resource for teens with disabilities.
Living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Succeeding in College
Louisiana State University (LSU) Disability Services - Disability Services (DS), in collaboration with other university departments, is committed to providing appropriate auxiliary aids and services for students with disabilities in an effort to ensure their full participation in all activities, programs, and services to the university. DS is dedicated to promoting the self-advocacy of students with disabilities and is committed to working with the LSU administration on the development and revisions of policies and procedures relevant to students with disabilities. DS also serves as a source of disability-related information for the university.
Scholarships4Students.com - this website lists scholarships by categories including: for high school juniors, high school seniors, college students, all students, disabilities, by major, by college, etc.
Southeastern Louisiana University (SLU) Disability Services - The Office of Disability Services facilitates the process of academic accommodations for students with disabilities and works in collaboration with other University departments in an attempt to ensure full participation in all activities, programs, and services of the University.
Think College - College options for people with intellectual disabilities.
University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) Disability Services - The Office of Disability Services (ODS) at UL Lafayette is dedicated to ensuring nondiscrimination and equal access to all programs, services, and activities for qualified students with disabilities.
BestColleges.com - Curated a streamlined bundle of inclusive and accurate guides, in order to aid present and future students who have disabilities. These guides delve into disability-specific resources, financial aid, and scholarships, as well as information on college-provided services.