SUPPORTING SUCCESS FOR STUDENTS
WITH LEARNING DIFFERENCES
Navigating the college application process can be challenging for any student, but for those with learning differences—such as diagnosed learning disabilities, dyslexia, autism, ADHD, and related conditions—it can be even more demanding. At Grey Admissions Advising, we understand these challenges and are dedicated to guiding your student through the college admissions process.
Our Learning Differences services are specifically designed to support students with a wide range of learning disabilities, ensuring they can find and thrive at colleges that best meet their needs.
Comprehensive analysis of testing results to understand each student's unique learning profile and needs.
Career and Major Exploration
Assistance in identifying potential career paths and college majors that align with the student's strengths and interests.
Tailored College Criteria and
Crafting a personalized college criteria list and well-balanced college options with appropriate learning support.
Academic and Extracurricular Assessment
Evaluation of transcripts, standardized testing, and extracurricular activities to develop a personalized admissions strategy.
College Research Guidance
Providing tools and resources to help students make informed decisions when researching potential colleges.
Designing a tailored application plan with tracking of key deadlines and milestones, ensuring a smooth and organized admissions journey.
College Readiness and
Guidance on preparing for college success, promoting independence, and building self-advocacy skills.
Resume and Essay Coaching
Expert support in creating a compelling college resume and assistance with the essay writing process, adapted to each student's needs.
INVEST IN YOUR STUDENT'S FUTURE
By choosing Grey Admissions Advising, you will have a dedicated and experienced partner to guide your student through each step of the college admissions process. We are skilled in adapting the college planning process to each student's specific needs, and we maintain ongoing communications with college disability offices. Our primary goal is to ensure your student feels confident and excited about college.