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Gannon University has a special program for students who possess average to gifted intellectual potential and high motivation, have been diagnosed with a learning disability or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and are otherwise qualified for admission to the University.
The Program for Students with Learning Disabilities (PSLD) of Gannon University provides a student-centered environment that helps prepare students for leadership roles within the university, in their chosen careers and in communities in which they live. The program offers reasonable accommodations to assist eligible and otherwise qualified University students who have been diagnosed with a learning disability to achieve their academic potential. The learning specialists of PSLD are committed to excellence and strive to offer each student individually designed assistance.
Students in the program may select any academic major if they meet the requirements of the major. The yearly fee for services is $600.00.
Students with disabilities who do not choose to select these comprehensive services and do not enroll in the Program for Students with Learning Disabilities will still be eligible to receive basic services free-of-charge through the Office of Disability Support Services. These services include: