Hello! Our son just started his first year of college. It all seems good. He did not go away to school. He is going to school locally at a private university. He is taking Chemistry and today was his first day. He rode his longboard from his car to the class and wound up with low blood sugar. He was eating a gummy candy (with the bag in his backpack) and the Chem prof asked him if he was eating something. He told her that he was as he has Diabetes and has low blood sugar. She told him that there is no eating of any kind in the lab and he will need to leave immediately. He can return when he is done. He had to go to a teacher's lounge about 50+ feet away from the class. He will need to leave class every time he has to treat low blood sugar. We are very familiar with the school setting however, we just don't know how to approach this at the university level. He stayed after to talk to the prof about this and she didn't waiver. She said he could check in class but no food, candy, glucose, beverage - nothing. Any treating of any kind, if it involves consuming something, will need to be done away from the class. The class is three hours long. It is quite likely that he will need to treat a low on many days and repeatedly need to leave. What would you do given that he already talked to her and could not convince her otherwise? Thanks!