Hello! I posted this on the teen board but just find this one and think it is more appropriate. Our son just had his first day in the Chem Lab at a private four year university. He drove the to school and then longboarded from the car to the class. His blood sugar was low upon arrival. He had gummies in his backpack, took one out of the bag, inside of his backpack, popped it in his mouth and the prof asked him if he was eating. He told her that he was as he is Diabetic and has low blood sugar. She told him that there is no eating in the class and he would need to leave and return once he is done eating. She sent him to a teacher's lounge approximately 50+ feet away. The class is three hours long. There is a likelihood that he will need to leave the class often to treat as it is first thing in the am, a far walk and, by the time 2 hours are up, he might need sugar anyway. He stayed after to talk to the prof and she didn't waiver. She told him that he could check his blood sugar in the class but cannot consume anything (no water, beverages of any sort, candy, glucose tabs, etc.). What do you suggest? We are familiar with the public school and the lower grades however, not sure how to approach this at the university level. There is a disabilities coordinator. We have placed three calls and one visit and never have yet been able to speak to this person. Our son asked if anyone was in charge in the building that he was in and he told his story to a gentleman who listened and then walked him back to the class and told the prof that he is fine now. That was it.