At a number of top colleges, over 20% of incoming freshmen claim to be disabled

At a number of top colleges, over 20% of incoming freshmen claim to be disabled

[Ed. – Apparently their disability tends to be a stress or anxiety disorder.  With this stuff on their records, it’s only a matter of time until the anti-gun lobby has the mostly disarm-able population it’s striving for.]

At top colleges around the country, over 20 percent of incoming freshmen claim to be disabled.

22 percent at Pomona College in California. 18 percent at Pitzer College in California, Vassar College in New York, Reed College in Oregon, and Mount Holyoke in Massachusetts. 14 percent at Stanford Universty. These are the percentage of students who considered themselves disabled at top universities around the country. That means that almost one in five students in every classroom is classified as disabled by school officials.

Jan Collins-Eaglin, the Claremont consortium’s associate dean of students for personal success and wellness, says that anxiety and stress are likely behind the increase in the number of “disabled” students.

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