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ASD Early Arrival Program

University of West Florida

UPDATED: May 27, 2021

Student Accessibility Resources hosts an Early Arrival Program for incoming UWF students identified as having Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and enrolled in classes for the Fall semester. This program has both virtual and in-person events and will provide students with the tools for success as they transition to the university. Whether students are first time in college or transfer students, the program helps them learn about Argo life and meet peers in the Argos Autism Program.

Eligible students must be accepted to the university and enrolling for the Fall semester.

Topics will include:

  • Academic Strategies
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Career Readiness

Eligible students participating in the program may be able to move into student housing prior to the start of the program.

The program is available for students who will be distance learners as well as students attending in-person classes.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • N/A

Address:

11000 University Pkwy
Pensacola, FL 32514
United States

Website:

uwf.edu

Phone:

(850) 474-2387

Email:

jmccaul@uwf.edu sar@uwf.edu

Contact:

Dr. Jennifer L. McCaul

Our Autism Response Team (ART) is specially trained to connect people with autism, their families, and caretakers to information, tools, and resources.

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