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- More than half of young adults with ASD do not go to college after high school. And while 35 percent will attempt to attend college later, most do not get admitted or they do but then drop out.
- The colleges and universities on our ranking are just these kind of schools. They have not only recognized the diverse needs of students with ASD, and met those needs, they’ve recognized the importance of neuro-diversity on campus.They have identified and removed hurdles, and promoted self-advocacy and development across social, academic, and vocational levels. They have introduced neuro-diversity into the curriculum and given athletes with ASD an inclusive place to play. They are, hands down, the best colleges and universities in the nation for those with ASD who are eager to earn their college degree.