Colleges today are meeting the demands of a much larger student population with a broader variety of individual needs. These educational needs may benefit from accommodations which assist eligible students in navigating their academic world. Accommodations might include extended time on tests, separate testing room with limited distractions, scribes, textbooks with an alternate format, or priority early registration, among others. Reasonable accommodations within the learning environment are done to enable individuals with disabilities to have an equal opportunity to participate in an academic program. We guide students through this process by identifying schools with a disability resource center and walking them through the steps needed to put accommodations in place at the outset of their collegiate career.