For Parents

“The Search for Support: A College Guide to Finding the Appropriate Support for Students with Learning Disabilities” Created by the H.E.L.P. Center staff, this handbook provides a comprehensive overview of how to locate and evaluate academic support programs at a university level. Click HERE to download a PDF version

“Higher Education for  Students with Disabilities” by Accredited Schools Online provides comprehensive information regarding the rights of students with disabilities as they transition from high school to college. Also included is information regarding choosing a school, distance learning, financial aid, and other important resources. The page is geared toward a general audience and is not specific to Marshall University or the H.E.L.P. Center, but it provides very good and relevant information for our student population.

The Springboard Foundation offers scholarships for students with documented disabilities.

Resources for Marshall University

Sending Your Child to College


News, Events, & Announcements

New ACT Session available!

Diagnostic Services Update

Marshall Rises highlights how scholarships and the H.E.L.P. Program support students like Jacob Gressang.

Marshall University named one of the 20 Great Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities by Peterson’s.

College Consensus named Marshall one of the 30 Best Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities!

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