Jay: My daughter had an IEP throughout her primary/high school period. Upon graduating from high school (with very good grades) she was accepted into four year college. My wife & I met with the school upon her acceptance and was told she would not receive any help for her disability. We were not informed about the process nor did we understand the difference between an IEP & a 504. They also put her in a dorm with upper classmen and it was a disaster. We again met with the dean of her school when she was involved in a situation involving drugs and alcohol. She was cleared of the situation and the girls that were guilty were left in the dorm with my daughter. The parties, drug and alcohol increased. Eventually my daughter quit going to class and the school asked her to leave. I feel they failed her miserably, but we did not have the resources to fight it (I am a service connected disabled veteran and live on only disability). This happened in 2015, is there any recourse that we might have against the school? She has gone into deep depression, tried to commit suicide, and feels as though she is a complete failure. The problems we worked so hard to correct growing up have returned, magnified and multiplied.