Drexel is home to the Drexel Autism Support Program (DASP). The program primarily offers two services to students with disabilities: individual peer mentoring; and self-advocacy and social skills seminars (SASS). In addition to the direct services , which are of no cost to students, the program director also does in-service trainings for many of the university offices (such as student life, and career services) to help them better accommodate students on the autism spectrum.
School-sponsored program: Yes
Counseling: through other campus resources
Social Skills Instruction/Coaching: Yes
Academic Support: through other campus resources
Application Required: Yes
Extra Fee: No
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