Columbus State is home to the Autism College Transition program, although details are sketchy. From the school website:
The ACT program gives a year of extra support to students on the spectrum. Wilson is a full-time advisor for the students. The ACT team also includes a part time Mental Health Specialist and a part time Transition Specialist, as well as other personnel and supports from the Educational Service Center.
Students in the program get primers on campus services, the student code of conduct, etiquette in the college classroom and career counseling. The team members from the program assist the students as they self advocate with their professors and other Columbus State faculty and staff. College success and independence are the main goals.
Additional information is available in the program brochure.
School-sponsored program: Yes
Counseling: Available through other campus resources
Social Skills Instruction/Coaching: Yes
Academic Support: Yes
Application Required: Yes
Extra Fee: No (local school districts pay for the program)
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