The University of Montana is getting national attention as it was recently ranked the seventh best school for assisting its students with autism.
- Social (peer mentoring, social skills development, group activities, etc.)
- Academic (tutoring, study hall)
- Functioning (life coaching, daily check-ins, help navigating campus, advocacy support)
- Employment (career training, interview help, job connections)
- Residential (designated living quarters, single-room options, knowledgeable resident assistants)
The University of Montana has an organization called MOSSAIC, which stands for Mentoring, Organization and Social Support for Autism and All Inclusion on Campus.
Senior Hedy Dolan was drawn to UM, from Colorado, because of the program.
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