Certain accommodations may be available for students with disabilities. The existence and level of services vary widely from college to college. Your first step is to visit your college’s department that deals with student disabilities services and find out the steps you will need to take. You may need to provide a copy of the evaluation from your doctor and, if necessary, a copy of your 504 Plan or IEP or a Summary of Performance from your high school.
ADHD accommodations may include extended test time, the use of calculators, computer-aided instruction, note takers, early registration, class, and professor selection, and tutors. You may also be able to take smaller class loads and still be considered a full-time student, and there may be special academic advisors available to advise and consult with your professors.
Beyond what your school offers, you may want to consider hiring an ADHD coach. A coach may assist you in developing time management skills and help keep you on track toward your goals.