I. Introduction.- I. A Retrospective and Prospective View of Postsecondary Education for Adults with Learning Disabilities.- II. Legal Issues.- II. Making the Transition to College.- III. Transition Planning for College-Bound Students with Learning Disabilities.- IV. Making a Successful Transition from High School to College: A Model Program.- III. Meeting the Needs of College Students with Learning Disabilities.- V. The Continuum of University Responses to Section 504 for Students with Learning Disabilities.- VI. Professional Preparation of Specialists to Work in Postsecondary Learning Disability Programs.- VII. Faculty Development: Changing Attitudes and Enhancing Knowledge About Learning Disabilities.- VIII. Assessing and Developing Metacognitive Attributes in College Students with Learning Disabilities.- IX. Strategy Instruction: Programming for Independent Study Skill Usage.- X. The Integration of Remediation and Subject-Matter Tutoring: Support at the College Level.- XI. Technology for Postsecondary Students with Learning Disabilities.- IV. Research on the Cutting Edge.- XII. "Foreign" Language Learning Disabilities: Issues, Research, and Teaching Implications.- XIII. Issues in Program Evaluation.- Author Index.