I'm an undergraduate mathematics major and I also struggle with PTSD and depression. A lot of the trauma is triggered by being in a close-spaced classroom environment which makes attending classes very difficult. Basically I sit in the classroom understanding nothing because my anxious I am unable to concentrate.
What this has done is cause me or forced me to drop two classes and receive a W grade. Even though two isn't bad, I was looking forward to transferring to a better school, Stony Brook but now I'm afraid that the second W is going to look bad especially because I only have 19 credits.
Also I want to go to a good mathematics school and the dream is to be able to get a Phd. one day. Academically I have been doing great in the classes I have stuck out in, all 3 A's and two A-s. I love mathematics and usually enjoy doing it in solitude. I am able to do some proofs(although the easier ones) which my peers seem to be uninterested in. Applying to a grad school or even undergrad, is it advisable to disclose a mental illness? Usually if you do this at a job interview they will look for some other excuse not to hire you. Do universities see this as a red flag that student is unreliable so shouldn't be accpeted as readily? Hopefully, going forward these will be my only two Ws.