[nabs-l] taking a college class for no credit
justin.williams2 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 03:57:24 UTC 2015
Dude, don't, do, that. It's just not worth it!
I'm usually not this emphatic, but you have an entire list who can answer
any questions about tests, and accommodations if you want. You can call me
on the phone, or what have you, but shenanigans of that sort are not worth
the risk in my opinion.
You might be able to get away with it; the course does not count, but I
really think your best bet is not to do that and take that kind of a chance.
Pull up your college's disability office on the web and familiarize yourself
with their services. When you get there, sign up as a student.
Get your class syllabi a little early, go through them, and see what your
If you have any questions, we'll help you with the rest
From: nabs-l [mailto:nabs-l-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of STOMBERG,
KENNEDY via nabs-l
Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 2015 10:29 PM
To: National Association of Blind Students mailing list <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
Cc: STOMBERG, KENNEDY <kestomberg at coe.edu>
Subject: Re: [nabs-l] taking a college class for no credit
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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