Align your strengths with your interests. Find a supportive mentor. Be willing to accept some trial-and-error. Autistic students can succeed in STEM.
Scheduling your time well is one of the simplest and most effective strategies to achieving success at college! But how can we schedule our time well? Read on to find out.
Special interests are your Marauder’s Map, your hyperdrive, and your superpower. Let’s dive into how they work.
Laura Gilmour shares her journey from new student learning about college expectations to confident graduate student conducting her own STEM research.
When students receive peer support, they are much less likely to feel isolated and marginalized. Judy Goldstein discusses ways peer mentoring groups help autistic students thrive.
When the first day comes, it can bring a variety of emotions and complications. The good news is, there are ways to soften the impact of this radically new experience.
College transition expert Susan Woods explains how professors can collaborate with autistic students and the Disabilities Office to support academic success
There’s something incredibly special about communities of autistic and neurodivergent people: we’re not all alike, but we all know what it’s like to be different, which makes us more accepting of people for who they are.
Meeting with the Disabilities Services Office during your first week of college classes is just one important step for autistic students.