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Companion Resources for the College Autism Summit @ Merrimack College

What is the College Autism Summit?

The College Autism Summit will bring an array of scholars, self-advocates, professionals, employers, educators, and administrators to explore strategies and proven methods that support the autism experience in college. The summit will run from October 26th through the 29th. This year's theme: The Power of Connection. Learn more about the summit HERE!

The summit, in its third year, is sponsored by the College Autism Network (CAN). CAN is a national nonprofit dedicated to connecting stakeholders across sectors who are involved with developing evidence-based approaches to improving the experiences, access, and outcomes for college students with Autism. It is supported by the First Center for Autism and Innovation at Vanderbilt University.

Contacts on Campus

Accessibility Services Office

The Office of Accessibility Services works closely with students with documented disabilities who may require reasonable accommodations with regard to academics, housing and medical-related parking.

location: McQuade 333
phone: 978-837-5722
email: accessibilityservices@merrimack.edu 


 


McQuade Library

McQuade Library fosters the intellectual growth of the Merrimack community and serves as a valuable center of information resources and customized instruction.

phone: 978-837-5215 

email: mcquade@merrimack.edu