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40% of undergraduate college students drop out each year. It’s a staggering number, and a costly one for both students and colleges. But the graduation rate for students with disabilities is 17.5% lower than the rate for all students.

Disability services departments have a key role to play in supporting this student population and improving graduation rates.

In this brand new research, we’ve asked the question: Does providing students with a note taking accommodation that teaches an independent note taking process lead to improved student success, and therefore retention?

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  • How picking the right note taking support can help students stay in college
  • Students sharing how Glean has supported their learning

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