Welcome to the Regional Center for Learning Disabilities
Upcoming Information Sessions for Parents and Students
Throughout the year, the Regional Center for Learning Disabilities hosts one-hour sessions offering helpful information about its programs and application process.
Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck, NJ
Regional Center, Robison Hall, Fifth Floor
RSVP: Barbara Byrnes 201-692-2716 or email@example.com
- Information Session, Wednesday, September 20 at 10 AM
- INFORMATION SESSION, Thursday, September 28 at 5:30 PM:
This session will be held prior to the Bergen County College Fair. Please RSVP for the exact location.
- Information Session, Wednesday, October 4 at 10 AM
- Information Session, Sunday, October 22, during the Metro Campus Admissions Open House
Florham Campus, Madison, NJ
Sarah Sullivan Lounge, Hennessy Hall (The Mansion)
RSVP: William Presutti 973-443-8981 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Information Session, Thursday, September 14 at 10 AM
- Information Session, Thursday, October 12 at 6:30 PM
- TRANSITION TO COLLEGE WORKSHOP, Thursday, October 5 at 7 PM:
An insider's guide to making a successful transition to college for students with IEPs and 504 plans.
- Information Session, Sunday, October 29, during the Florham Campus Admissions Open House
Regional Center Application: Fillable Format
- Instructions for the Regional Center Application Form (PDF)
- Part One: Application Form (PDF)
- Part Two: Teacher Assessment Forms (PDF)
- Comprehensive professional support at no cost to students with a language-based learning disability enrolled at both our Metropolitan and Florham campuses during their undergraduate career.
- Structured plan of intensive academic support and counseling services tailored to the unique learning needs of each student.
- Staffed by a Director, Learning Specialists with expertise in learning disabilities/content areas, and a Professional Counselor.
- Typical freshman receives up to four support sessions a week per semester, sophomores three supports a semester, juniors and seniors one or two supports per semester.
- A three-credit Metacognitive Strategies/Assistive Technology course taught by Regional Center staff and a half-hour counseling session each week.
- A typical Regional Center student has an outstanding record of success and is an active participant in all areas of college life.
Metropolitan Campus (Teaneck)
Barbara A. Byrnes, MA, Director
Florham Campus (Madison)
William N. Presutti, MS, LDT/C, Director