Deadline for Fall 2019 Applications - January 11, 2019
All accepted/admitted students begin the program during the Fall semester, and be admitted to Eastern Michigan Univeristy. The College Supports Program does not admit individuals mid academic year.
Families are encouraged to begin the admission process as early as possible. To be considered for Fall enrollment, the student and family are highly encouraged to submit all completed application materials by January 11, 2019.
When all application materials are received, the applicant’s file is reviewed by members of the Admissions Committee. If the student is a possible candidate, the family will be invited to campus for a formal interview. The interview allows the student to express his or her interests and to ask questions. Parents/guardians discuss relevant applicant information and gain a better understanding of the College Supports Program
Decisions about admission to the program follow a review of all information by members of the Admissions Committee. An evaluation of an applicant’s strengths, areas needing further development, motivation, receptiveness to support, an understanding of their own autism, and fit to what the program can offer, rather than a diagnosis or test scores, determines if an applicant will be admitted. Once admission decisions have been made, families will be notified by letter. Due to the limited space in the program and number of applicants, some eligible students may not be admitted.
Applications for Fall 2019 are now being accepted. To be considered for enrollment in Fall 2019, it is best to submit your application by January 11, 2019. Applicants must have taken a tour of the program and university as well as submitted all application materials prior to a review by the Admissions Committee.
How do you know if you are appropriate for the program? You will need to have the following:
- Documented diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome or a related social communication disorder.
- Admitted to EMU based on student’s own merit.
- As a part of our enhanced support program, students are required to register with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) for standard services and accommodations, including single room housing requests.
- Our program works in close collaboration with the DRC across all aspects of the college experience.
Please contact Callie Boik for application materials at: