Hello All,


I’m looking for information on how other student learning centers within institutions of higher education identify, and then work with, students with learning disabilities.  Any of you that might be with 2 year, state funded colleges would be the closest demographic to my institution.  (We are a 2 year technical college in Kansas.)   We do not have a disability office or formal counseling services.  Our tutoring and testing center, for which I am the coordinator, is limited on resources.  I’m searching for ideas and input.  Anything from how you might staff a position that deals directly with this issue to what resources both on and off campus you might utilize.  Feel free to reply to the list or to me directly at [log in to unmask].  Thank you all. 


Darren S. Ortega

Learning Resource Center Coordinator

Manhattan Area Technical College

(785) 320-4519

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