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Based on the film, AUTISM GOES TO COLLEGE, this website is filled with content to help you deal with going to college: how to choose a college, how to get help, and how to help yourself.

Based on the film, AUTISM GOES TO COLLEGE, this website is filled with content to help you deal with going to college: how to choose a college, how to get help, and how to help yourself.

Based on the film, AUTISM GOES TO COLLEGE, this website is filled with content to help you deal with going to college: how to choose a college, how to get help, and how to help yourself.

autism goes to college

autism goes to college

“You don’t have to go into college knowing exactly what you want to do for the rest of your life. It’s pretty flexible. So, just go in with an idea that you want to better yourself, and learn.”

“You don’t have to go into college knowing exactly what you want to do for the rest of your life. It’s pretty flexible. So, just go in with an idea that you want to better yourself, and learn.”

—Jasmine 
—Jasmine 
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WATCH

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Autism goes to college

Autism goes to college

Autism goes to college

introduction: meet the students

introduction: meet the students

introduction: meet the students

Meet the five students from the Anthem Award winning documentary film, Autism Goes to College. See the rest of their stories here. Or you can watch the film in its entirety by clicking “see the film” on the right. If you would like to host a public or private screening of the film please contact us here, and if you would like to purchase the educational rights to the film, please visit The Video Project.

Meet the five students from the Anthem Award winning documentary film, Autism Goes to College. See the rest of their stories here. Or you can watch the film in its entirety by clicking “see the film” on the right. If you would like to host a public or private screening of the film please contact us here, and if you would like to purchase the educational rights to the film, please visit The Video Project.

Meet the five students from the Anthem Award winning documentary film, Autism Goes to College. See the rest of their stories here. Or you can watch the film in its entirety by clicking “see the film” on the right. If you would like to host a public or private screening of the film please contact us here, and if you would like to purchase the educational rights to the film, please visit The Video Project.

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jasmine's story, part One

Meet Jasmine, in her second year at a community college, hoping to make the leap to a four year university.

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PODCAST EPisode 7:

INCLUSIVE COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES

Many colleges and universities are opening up more offerings for students on the spectrum.

managing college anxiety 101

Autistic high school students and their parents may face higher levels of stress.

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WE JUST WON A GOLD ANTHEM AWARD!

The Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences has awarded us a gold medal for diversity, equity & inclusion. Hailed as the “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times, The Webby Awards is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet. The Anthem Awards is a division of the Webbys for cause-focused content.

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THE PODCAST SERIES

See the full list of episodes of our Anthem Award-winning Podcast here.

EPISODE 9: WHEN PROFESSORS ARE HELPFUL, IT REALLY HELPS

In this episode, Caroline talks with one of her professors at Cal State Fullerton, JudelMay Enriquez, about the ways they worked together.

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It is estimated that 2% of US college students have autism. With a combined 20 million public and private college students nationwide, it is estimated that over 400,000 students attending college in the US have autism. That number is steadily rising.

It is estimated that 2% of US college students have autism. With a combined 20 million public and private college students nationwide, it is estimated that over 400,000 students attending college in the US have autism. That number is steadily rising.

It is estimated that 2% of US college students have autism. With a combined 20 million public and private college students nationwide, it is estimated that over 400,000 students attending college in the US have autism. That number is steadily rising.