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NJ Regional Centers for
College Students with Disabilities

The Special Needs Grant Program of the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education supports a system of regional centers to provide support services for students with special needs. New Jersey supports eight centers located throughout the state that provide direct assistance to auditorily impaired, visually impaired, and learning disabled students. The goal of the centers is to provide integrated, individualized, direct services to students and technical assistance to other colleges and universities in the state. The Special Needs Grant Program is administered by the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education.

The Adaptive Technology Center is located at The College of New Jersey. The Center works with service providers at the institutions to provide opportunities for college students who have learning disabilities, or who are visually impaired or deaf or hard of hearing, to meet the academic demands of college. Five Regional Centers serve students with learning disabilities, providing comprehensive support programs for students attending their colleges. Two Regional Centers provide comprehensive support programs on their campuses for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

For staff at other colleges and universities, the Regional Centers provide technical guidance and support.



Learning Disability Centers





Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centers



Forcina Hall, Room 101

The College of New Jersey

P.O. Box 7718

Ewing, NJ 08628-0718

P) 609.771.2795




Professor Amy G. Dell

Managing Editor

Anne M. Disdier