During your college search, we recommend that you first consider colleges and universities based on characteristics other than disability-related services. Determine the aspects of a college or university that are important to you--perhaps the size, location, available fields of study, breadth of academic and other support services, extracurricular or co-curricular activities, and the like.
You should expect disability-related services and equal access at any U.S. college or school. Services can vary among colleges and universities, however, and some may have additional, disability-focused support programs or employ universal design in many of their courses. We recommend narrowing your schools down to a "short list" of what is important to you and then exploring the disability- and access-related services available at those schools.