There isn't really much in the way of apartments around here, as it is a largely suburban area. If I were to live in an apartment, further costs would have to be factored in, including transportation to doctors appointments (including a weekly appointment), along with food, as I cannot cook. I know how to cook, but don't have the coordination to wield a knife and other cutlery effectively (or without injury). My commute is just over a mile currently. So yeah. It's rather expensive. The wording of the question is slightly confusing. If I respond in the affirmative, is that stating that I do require accommodations? If so, I suppose I would answer that I require access to technology in the classroom, or at the least, access to things (such as electric sockets for a projector) that would allow me to implement my own accommodations. Yeah, I know it is hard to get a job. Tonight in my class, the professors asked who had gotten interviews. Two people out of ~50 attending had been on interviews or were going to be interviewed. Most had gotten outright denials because they don't have a certificate in hand already.