College Supports

Defiance College
(419) 783-2355


701 North Clinton Street
Defiance, Ohio 43512

Defiance College’s ASD Affinity Program accepts academically-qualified college applicants who might require help in navigating a traditional college campus. Varying levels of academic, social, and residential support assist students in personal growth and in meeting their professional goals.

Eastern Michigan University
(734) 487-4418


900 Oakwood Street
Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197

The College Supports Program (CSP) is designed specifically for students with autism. In addition to academic achievement, effort of the program include development of social-emotional and communication skills, along with daily living skills needed for adult independence. 

Ohio University
(740) 593-2629


1 Ohio University
Athens, Ohio 45701

The Coaching Services Program provides students with autism a coach based on the student’s unique needs. Customizing their schedule and strategies to accommodate each student, coaches work one-on-one with students in a variety of areas.

University of Michigan
(734) 763-3000


500 South State Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109

Offers Academic Support & Access Partnerships to help students registered make the most of their academic experience. This includes stimulating student learning and growth of executive functioning skills, in addition to campus navigation, advocacy, and academic achievement supports. Academic coaching, peer-assisted study sessions, and tutoring are also available.

University of Toledo
(419) 530-6696


2801 W. Bancroft Street
Toledo, OH 43606

2-year or 4-year non-degree certificate program for young adults seeking an inclusive college experience that prepares them for gainful employment. Curriculum offered through inclusive and specialized courses and experiences in the following transition areas: a) academic, b) employment, c) independent living, and d) self-determination.

Wright State University
(937) 775-5699


3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, Ohio 45435

Through the Raiders on the Autism Spectrum Excelling (RASE) Transition Coach Program, coaches work with students on the autism spectrum to develop the structure and framework necessary to be successful in college. Coaches work on learning self-advocacy resources, accessing campus resources and services, and problem solving.