Neurodiversity at SU is a project to support autistic and neurodiverse matriculated students at Syracuse University. This pilot program, supported through a gift from Karen Seybold G’92, provides greater research opportunities and direct support for degree-seeking autistic students at Syracuse University.
This program is informed by and responsive to the specific needs of neurodiverse college students at Syracuse University. Please complete our survey so we can determine specific areas of needed focus.
College Skills Workshop Series
We host a series of workshops on topics including self-advocacy, time management and study skills, using campus resources, collaboration with peers, communication with faculty members, problem-solving, getting involved socially, and accessing supports.
Inclusive Social Events
We host social events that help neurodiverse students experience the campus community and focus on the development of team-building skills.
Syracuse University’s Center for Disability Resources supports students by developing individual accommodation plans to mitigate environmental barriers and to provide equitable access to learning.
Syracuse University’s Disability Cultural Center (DCC) coordinates campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, staff, and community members with and without disabilities.
Coffee Break Social Hour
December 6, 4pm-5pm
Intercultural Collective Lounge, 132 Schine Student Center