A 'large' school with big LD population, or a small LAC where folks know you?
I've read folks opining on both sides of this coin.
On the one hand, you've got small LACs where professors & students
get to know one another. On the other, you've got larger colleges
(e.g. UVM, U Alabama) which have a 'critical mass' of LD students
needing support, and so have developed an infrastructure which can
support those students.
At my son's two high schools (~1800, ~200, we've seen microcosms
of both models, and the former has struck us as more effective.
That said, in college, I suspect that the key will be the combination
of an amenable/accommodating school (with the necessary resources),
and the student's ability to self-advocate (after that initial meeting ends
and the parents have to 'step out').
I'd very much welcome hearing folks' college experiences in this regard.