complete application includes the following:
A regular college admissions application with
all supporting documentation must be submitted
separately to Admissions.
Pathways application must be completed in
full, including specific answers to the application
school transcripts. Transfer students must
also submit all college transcripts.
letter of recommendation from a high school
teacher. Transfer students may submit a recommendation
from a college professor.
you were a classified student, you must submit
your latest copy of your Individual Educational
should indicate your classification, placement,
goals, and the type of assistance received.
is NOT necessary to be eligible for Pathways.
comprehensive diagnostic assessment indicating
a learning disability and/or attention deficit
disorder and administered within the last three
years by a certified professional within a school
system or state approved agency, or by a state
approved certified psychologist or psychiatrist.
The actual psychological and educational reports
must be submitted. Scores or statements on the
IEP are insufficient. Section 504 letters are
documentation must include:
of cognitive processes, including an adult
intelligence test (WAIS-III preferred), indicating
average intelligence or higher.
of achievement, including reading, written
language, and mathematics.
indicated, measures of receptive and expressive
indicated, screening for attentional difficulties.
and description of the specific learning disability
or attention deficit disorder as the primary
of strengths and weaknesses based on test
results and observations.
effects of the learning disability on the
student's current academic performance.
academic accommodations and modifications
for college. (It is important to recognize
that post-secondary accommodations may vary,
by law, from those offered at the secondary
level. Pathways and College staff will determine
which accommodations and modifications are
appropriate for college, based upon the submitted
note: Certain accommodations for students with
learning disabilities may be available through
the college without charge through the Committee
for Academic Accommodations of Disabilities (CAAD).
Pathways provides additional services, including
mentoring sessions, seminars, and workshops, designed
specifically for students with learning disabilities.
Only those students who apply to, have been accepted
by, and enroll in Pathways may access these services.