Check to see whether his schools participate in the federally-funded TRIO program, which serves low-income, first-generation, and LD students. Students need to qualify for only one category, and apply after acceptance. TRIO programs tend to be very "hands-on", offering monitoring, mentoring, and advising to its students, at a greater depth of detail than conventional Student Services-administered services. Far more than "academic accommodations". LD students must have documentation to obtain TRIO services, and there are limited spots. Both private and public colleges and universities can apply and participate in TRIO program. List of participating schools is 30 pages long, and extends from community colleges to highly-selective undergraduate programs. Carleton College in MN, for instance, has a TRIO program.
TRIO is focussed on "student retention" - to keep student in school, with goal of graduation and often graduate school. Phenomenal program. One-on-one services, given an LD student better odds towards successful college completion.