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While the University of Georgia’s services for students with ASD’s aren’t an official “program,” it appears that the disabilities office is on top of things and offering appropriate support, so we’ll count it as a program (if it quacks like a duck…). From the school website:

Services students may be eligible for include:

  1. Auxiliary Aid Services
  2. Curriculum counseling regarding course selection and scheduling.
  3. Regularly scheduled meetings to monitor academic progress and issues related to the disability.
  4. Assistance in consulting with faculty to advocate for student’s needs.
  5. Student support groups.
  6. Priority registration.
  7. Access to the Assistive Technology Lab.
  8. Referral to campus and private tutorial services.
  9. Referral as needed to other campus resources.
  10. Referral as needed to community agencies and resources.

School-sponsored program: Yes

Mentoring: No

Counseling: through other campus resources

Social Skills Instruction/Coaching: No

Academic Support: Yes

Application Required: no

Extra Fee: no

If you have additional information about services provided to students with ASD at this school, click here. If you want to share your experience with those services, do that by leaving a comment below.