Accredited Online Colleges and Disability Education

Finding a sustainable, accommodating job can be difficult for someone with a disability; while the unemployment rate for those without disabilities is about 8%, for individuals with a disability, it is a whopping 15%. As with the general population, the level of education and training after high school that a person with disabilities receives is a key factor in their ability to find work. The unemployment rate for all groups with a four-year degree or higher is only about 4%."

For information on accredited colleges to start your education:

Affordable Online College Options

Affordable Colleges Online helps students find affordable college options and provides information about financial aid and college rankings. For more information go to the website:

Guide to Graduating Debt-Free:

College Savings Guide Book:

College Degree Cost:

Financial Aid for Online Colleges:

College Partners Online (Education)

Online Education Guides to help students & professionals understand the changing fundamental landscapes of online higher education and its impact of on careers and employment prospective students. and/or


Scholarship Information

List of scholarships for those who are disabled:

Grants and scholarships available:

SCIL's Employment Resource Program - for more information click here.

University of Illinois - Office of Disability Services

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