Part of college is learning to cope to work in groups, meet time restrictions (etc) and overall, creating well rounded individuals who have the skills to be hired as well as the knowledge in their field. Bipolar or any mental illness or condition will not exempt you from these expectations when you get older and therefore are not a reason to request 'special education arrangements'.
Now of course, some conditions do require this, and deserve this. e.g. Someone with dyslexia may get extra time on an exam. This is because their condition directly affects their ability to work and puts them at a major disadvantage to those without dyslexia who may find it easier to read, spell, write etc.
You condition does not directly affect your work ability. It affects your mood and if your mood is affecting your work then you need to refer back to you doctor and psychiatrist and work on helping yourself rather than expecting unjust adjustments at your college.
If you do not feel like you will cope at college with your bipolar, then do not go. Work on bettering yourself and your condition and reapply next year.
Remember, mental illness is not an excuse nor something that should be used for an easy route.