Davidson does not appear to have a specialized program serving students with ASD’s, but the website for the disability services does indicate a somewhat-individualized approach:

Special procedures have been developed for students handicapped by learning disabilities. Students who seek adapted instruction on the basis of a learning disability undergo an evaluation by college-designated learning specialists, usually at the student’s expense. The results of the evaluation, made available to the college with the student’s permission, may include recommendations for compensatory learning strategies to be used by the student and recommendations for services and accommodations to be provided by the college. Using these recommendations as a guide, the Student Learning Support Committee works with the student to develop a learning plan that enhances learning strengths and compensates for learning difficulties.

If the learning plan recommends adjustment to academic requirements, the recommendation is considered by the Curriculum Requirements Committee and may result in the approval of the recommendation or the substitution of the academic requirement.

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