Are there good colleges for high-performing students who are on the autism spectrum?


Jed Geary, Director of College Counseling, Eagle Hill School, Hardwick, MA

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As there are no quick and easy answers when it comes to college selection, the process is even more challenging when searching for colleges for a student who learns differently. It is imperative that students and parents research the support services and disability offices (two separate offices at some schools) at every college they are considering. The following schools have been recognized by college counselors as having good support for students on the autism spectrum:

Mercyhurst University, PA University of Alabama Marshall University, WV George Mason University Wright State University, OH Adelphi University, NY Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ University of Connecticut

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