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PAL students represent about 20% of each entering class. They’re leaders at Curry, in the arts, in athletics, and in the classroom. They take on a wide range of careers after Curry and many have gone on to grad school, law school, or doctoral programs.
Our academic program is geared toward bright, college-able students who have a primary diagnosis of a language-based learning disability, executive function weakness, and/or AD/HD, and who have average to superior intellectual ability.
Each incoming PAL student will receive an iPad as part of their PAL programming. Along with this invaluable resource, the PAL Assistive Technology (AT) Center offers PAL students a variety of technology tools that have been shown to benefit students with learning differences.
The Program for Advancement of Learning has faculty with expertise to work with multilingual students who also have learning differences. This population includes international students, students who have been raised in bilingual homes, bilingual students from other U.S. territories (like Puerto Rico), and adoptees from other countries raised by English-speaking families.
Summer PAL will be held virtually in 2021, and we are offering a variety of newly redesigned virtual opportunities for accepted PAL students to get a kick start on their college education. Register today - seats fill up quickly!