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I am sorry to state that while the ADA mandates the school make reasonable accommodation for those with disabilities, it does not mandate that a person with a disability gets to go to school for free without paying charges that every other student has to pay for. The only recourse you have is to locate a grant or scholarship that would pay the tuition if you cannot afford to pay it or you would have to seek student loans
if you like. The reasonable accommodations of the ADA and the other laws on disabled students provides for making educational accommodations not giving waivers on paying tuition or fees I am sorry to state.
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