College Search During COVID: Considerations for Students with Learning Differences

COVID has impacted the college transition process in all aspects, most importantly, how families can physically visit, explore, and assess college fit for a student who learns differently. With relying heavily on virtual visits, families are often vulnerable to not having all questions answered prior to entry.

 

In this session, Alexander Morris-Wood reviews methods of evaluating marketing materials and provides essential questions families should consider when exploring colleges during the age of COVID.

 

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KATY REINKE

HOST

Associate Director of College Transition Programs

ALEXANDER MORRIS-WOOD

SPEAKER

Dean of Admissions, Transition Programs, & Strategic Outreach

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