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Colleges with Supportive Learning Programs




Dean College, Arch Learning Community, 99 Main St, Franklin, MA 02038 (877) TRY-DEAN (Small school, only 1,300 students!)


Lynn University; Institute for Achievement and Learning 3601 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33431;  1-800-994-LYNN (Small school, only 2,000 students!)


Curry College; Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) 1071 Blue Hill Ave, Milton, MA 02186; (617)333-0500


Mercyhurst College; AIM Program, Erie, Pennsylvania (814) 824-2160


Marshall University; Autism Training Center, Huntington, West Virginia 304-696-2332


The University of Arizona; SALT Program, Tucson, Arizona, 520.621.1242


Drexel University; Autism Support Program, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 215.895.2000


Rutgers, New Jersey, 732-445-info (4636)


Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas, (940) 397-4334,


St. Joseph’s University; Kinney Center for Autism, Philadelphia, PA 610-660-1000


Landmark College- Putney, Vermont, 802-387-6718,

Post-Secondary Transition Programs

(Pre-College/College Support)



CLE: College Living Experience

Specifically, their Enrichment programs: Independent Living, Social Skills, and Career Development.

Here is their website for more information: service-learning-at-its-best/


CIP: College Internship Program

Specifically, their programs in Executive Functioning, Academic Support, and Social Competencies

Here is their website:


College Steps

This organization has a concurrent HS program and a post-secondary option.

Specifically, their "Option 1" and "Option 3" programs (See link)

Here is their website:!get_involved/c8k2



Full List of Learning Disability/Autism Post-Secondary Options:



Additional options:


St. Edwards (Austin, TX)

Schreiner University (Kerrville, TX)

Hollins University, Roanoke, Virginia

University of Redlands, Johnston Center for Integrated Studies






Mitchell Coll

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