I've found some additional resources since I posted this previously.
Here is a link to a very helpful list of schools with programs for Asperger's students: College Programs for Students with Asperger Syndrome
The list comes from College Autism Spectrum. Their home page is: College Autism Spectrum: Providing support for students on the autism spectrum and the schools and colleges they attend.
A couple of words about programs included on the list but which I did not know about the last time I posted.
First, in terms of state university programs, it appears that the Univ. of Alabama has a program similar to that of Marshall (WV) and Western Kentucky. Here's the URL: UA Autism Spectrum Disorders Transition & Support Program
The College Internship Program (CIP) seems to be the absolute deluxe program: Comprehensive College Support Programs for Asperger's and Learning Differences
The Advisory Board reads like a "Who's Who" of Asperger's experts, including:
Liane Holliday Willey
Their locations are:
Buffalo, New York (beg. 2010)
They also have summer two-week, residential pre-college experience for teens with Asperger's & LD ($3800) at those sites.
The bad news? Tuition for CIP for college students ranges from $39,900 to $71,900. That does NOT include college tuition, room, board, books.
One final resource. From insidecollege.com, a list of colleges they characterize as "friendly" to Aspies but which have less than full-blown programs like Marshall, etc.:
"Colleges for Students with Asperger's: The Very Friendly Ones " Colleges for Students with Asperger's: The Very Friendly Ones | InsideCollege.com