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The National Center for Education Statistics reports that 200,000 students entering college have some type of learning disability. Learning disabilities are one type of invisible or hidden disability. Invisible disabilities are the most common type of disability among college students. More than one third of college students with invisible or hidden disabilities refrain from disclosing their diagnoses due to the stigma.
Reach out to testing and student disability services to explore specific challenges and opportunities students with invisible disabilities face, including fear of disclosing because of stigma and confusion about getting services and support. The staff can help you better understand the wide range of invisible disabilities, appropriate and reasonable accommodations, and necessary documentation.
The staff works hard to:
Learn more at dss.mst.edu or contact student disability services at 573-341-6655 or email@example.com.