I've seen a few lists out there, and a few posts on this board, but wondering if anyone has had some recent success with college programs that have great autism support? My son is really smart (yeah...I know...we all think that) but truly struggles with executive function and is often resistant to our advice (we are both college profs) how to plan and manage his time better. We constantly tell him that we won't be there to bail him out once he goes to college that he has to work through setting priorities and getting up on time for school in the morning. He is considering RIT and Drexel as he wants computer engineering and cyber security. Marshall has a new program but I know has a good ASD support program, and WKU doesn't really have a good cyber program despite its ASD support program.
Does anyone know if any of the other big programs...MIT, RPI, etc have ASD support like helping kids regularly to plan their work for the week, helping them get up in the morning, etc.? He'd prefer a mid-range to small school size as his HS is very small.
I have a year and a half left to help him get to a better place but was hoping people could share what they know about college programs with ASD support.