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Georgia State has a number of student support programs that would be appropriate for students on the spectrum, although not limited to that population. The most comprehensive is Promoting Access to HOPE (HOPE being a scholarship program for Georgia students). From the PATH website:

Research indicates that a structured academic program with timely and appropriate interventions can increase the probability of academic success in the first year. Our own experience indicates that programs including FLCs [Freshman Living Communities], Supplemental Instruction, and integrated advisement improve retention rates and academic performance. The purpose of PATH (Promoting Access to HOPE) is to coordinate these outreaches in an effort to position students to perform well and, in qualifying cases, obtain HOPE at the 30-hour checkpoint.

What is PATH?

  • Increased Academic Support
    • FLCs
      • Balanced Schedule
      • Peer Support
      • Reduced Hours (12-13 hours)
      • Integrated Advisement
      • Peer Mentors
    • Supplemental Instruction in Difficult Courses
    • Academic Skills Workshops
    • Individual Academic Coaching Sessions
  • Additional Support
    • Scholastic Success at State (an intensive 1-day summer workshop)
    • Financial Aid/Financial Literacy sessions
    • Information about Campus Academic Resources
    • Information about Student Organizations to facilitate engagement
    • Coordinated second semester courses

School-sponsored program: Yes

Mentoring: Yes

Counseling: through other campus resource

Social Skills Instruction/Coaching: No

Academic Support: Yes

Application Required: Unclear

Extra Fee: Unclear

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.

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