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While most colleges will do their best to work with you and accommodate your special needs, there are many things that you can also do on your own to improve your quality of life during these important years. Learn how you can prepare yourself.
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As you begin your new life as a college student, you may need to reevaluate your healthcare and insurance needs. Read about some of our key themes that will help you make a successful transition into this next phase of your life.
Not sure whether you should discuss your medical condition with your new friends? We pulled some helpful articles from our parent site that may aid you in making this decision.
We hope you’ll make the most of your new experience on campus. But we also understand there are some challenges you’ll have to face. Here are some pointers on how to deal with many situations that may arise.
Although your family won’t be around to cook you delicious meals, you can still eat healthy while living in a dorm or apartment away from home. We list some tasty suggestions about foods you might like to try, as well as what you should avoid during flare-ups.
Most schools have a disability policy which we urge you to learn more about before applying. Also, remember that Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires public colleges to make reasonable modifications and adaptations for students living with disabilities. Learn more.
This website was supported by a grant from Janssen Biotech Inc. and AbbVie.