Many students look forward to living away from home while attending college. Find out more about navigating the process of living on campus with autism and/or another developmental disability.» learn more
Find out more information on going to college, the opportunities available for people with autism and other developmental disabilities at college, how to look for the right college and much more.
Like all other students, students with autism must be prepared for differences between high school and college such as higher expectations to do academic work, to manage academic and personal schedules, and to seek help when its needed. Learn more about the differences in this section.» learn more
As a result of civil rights legislation, Disability Support Services (DSS) were established to provide equal access to college for individuals with disabilities. Learn about it in this section.» learn more
First of all, like any one else who is thinking about going to college, paying for tuition, books, and residential living need to be considered. These costs add up and over time, they can really impact the family’s resources. Find out more about paying for college in this section.» learn more
There are a number of steps that students traditionally take to prepare for college. Find out more about those steps in this section.» learn more
Students with autism have numerous college options. Find out what the options are in this section.» learn more
For more and more students with disabilities, including those with autism, postsecondary education is considered the next major step in their lives after high school. Get answers to common questions about the step on this page.» learn more