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For some autistic individuals, the idea of operating in the social environment of a college classroom can be debilitating as to derail the pursuit of higher education at all. For those who do enroll, their condition can make it difficult to succeed in a traditional classroom setting. However, in recent years, more colleges and universities offer support in the way of curriculum and funding to students who seek to have a college experience, certificates, degrees, and advanced degrees.


Good news! Scholarships for Students on the Autism Spectrum...(click on link) There's funding to obtain college degrees at two-year and four-year colleges and universities and trade, technical, and vocational schools as well as cooperative life skills programs. 

Think Globally, Act Locally: Autism Supports from Across the U.S.

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