Answers: Many colleges and university have services for those with phsyical or mental conditions that might impair their ability to complete their studies. I used to work in one such bureau, and that program would make arrangements beside professors for students with mental or stormy conditions at the beginning of the occupancy so that if something came up and the student, for reason related to their condition, was inept to complete an assignment they could have extra time. Other accomodations are available as economically, i.e. private testing sites, notetakers, etc.
If I be you, I would first check and see if your desired school have a service like this that could aid you in times of entail. I think you should pursue what you want to do, I honour people who want to do something next to their talents.
Also, you could look into services for non-traditional students (for example students who are returning to their studies after an absence) and see what relieve they might offer you. Hopefully those departments are available at your arts school! They can be a huge help!.
Check near your psychiatrist or social worker. They would know best whether you are ready for arts school. Also if they have you on meds, kind sure you take them as advise.
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