Always be respectful and professional when corresponding with a professor or course instructor. Using “Dear” to begin emails, using the professor’s last name (i.e. Professor Brown), and signing off with a “Thank you,” or “Sincerely” goes a long way!
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How joining autism-specific student groups can enhance your college experience, helping you make friends, build skills, and develop academic connections.
Autism advocate Justin Robbins makes an impassioned case for a positive view of autistic experience and points out how autistic strengths can fit with STEM fields
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College transition expert Susan Woods explains how professors can collaborate with autistic students and the Disabilities Office to support academic success
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Advocates for autistic college students, including Editorial Board Members Sara Sanders Gardner and Theresa Revans-McMenimon, share tips for professors.