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Support For Students With Hearing For Students With Hearing Impairments (Please see below)

No disability should hold any student back from pursuing a college degree, and accommodations are available to students with hearing impairments - they just have to know what to ask for. To help students with hearing impairments succeed in college and beyond we've just published a detailed college support guide for the deaf and hearing impaired that I think you'll find useful to share with your visitors.

Our resource can help hearing impaired students by:

    • Providing a checklist of academic, classroom and testing accommodations to ask about

    • Listing scholarships specifically for the hearing impaired

    • Easing the transition to the workforce with information on Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)

At, we strive to make our site accessible to all visitors by, among other best practices, creating a clear site structure and navigation, using differentiated title and text styles and sizes, and separating stylistic elements from site copy to make the site compatible with assistive technologies.

Please help us reach as many students as possible by sharing a link to our guide on your site.

Let me know how you plan to share this resource, or if you have any questions. We welcome all feedback.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Kaitlyn Moore

Communications Associate | | 202-367-9383

PO Box 52755 | Houston, TX 77052

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