[nabs-l] taking a college class for no credit
kestomberg at coe.edu
Thu Dec 3 03:28:42 UTC 2015
To be completely honest, your best option might be to simly not take the
college class with LCB.
I didn't do any Blindness Training, and I had no experience trying to get
accomidations at college before I went to college. Other people might
disagree with me, but it just may not be worth losing your scholarship.
Good luck to you!
On Wed, Dec 2, 2015 at 9:00 PM, Vejas Vasiliauskas via nabs-l <
nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with this, or could give
> me some guidance on my situation.
> I live in California, but am taking a year off between my senior year and
> my first year of college so that I can attend LCB.
> I applied for college last year as a senior, and already have a place at a
> college in California, which I deferred. I received a scholarship from
> this school for a very generous amount of money. I am allowed to keep the
> scholarship provided that I don't take any college courses at all from
> anywhere else.
> Most LCB students have the opportunity to take a college class at Tech,
> and I would like to be able to do that too, for two main reasons: to learn
> about how tests work and to learn about asking for accommodations in a
> place where I have lots of support.
> I have heard that it is possible to audit a class, which means to take it
> with no credit, but I don't want my current school to find out at all, so I
> want to make sure that the procedure is done right.
> Any advice on how to approach this would be welcome.
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