Autism Inclusion Program (AIP)

The Autism Inclusion Program is offered by Inclusion Services and Programs in the Division of Student Affairs. The program provides academic, social, life skills, and career planning support to students with Autism (Asperger Syndrome/High Functioning Autism) who attend the University of West Florida.


Our mission is to provide the highest level of support to college students with Autism in a program that equally emphasizes academic and social competency.

The goal of the AIP is to enhance the college experience of UWF students with Autism by offering programs that support academic, social, life skills, and career preparation while also serving as a platform for social involvement in extracurricular activities.

AIP partners with Career Services, Counseling and Wellness Services, Housing and Residence Life and various other departments on campus to provide support in the following areas:

Academic Support
Individual Academic Coaching
Academic Skills Training
Executive Functioning Strategies
Academic Accommodations

Social and Community Involvement
Campus & Community Events/Activities
Recreational Activities
Interpersonal Skills Training
Relationship Development

Transition and Life Skills
Community living
Independent living skills
Health and Wellness
Budget Management
Self-Advocacy
Stress and anxiety management

Career Preparation
Career Planning
Resume Writing
Interviewing skills
Experiential Learning
Career Coaching
Mock Interviews

For more information about the Autisim Inclusion Program, please contact Dr. Vannee Cao-Nguyen at 850.474.2387 or vcao@uwf.edu.


Our mission is to provide the highest level of support to college students with Autism in a program that equally emphasizes academic and social competency.

The goal of the AIP is to enhance the college experience of UWF students with Autism by offering programs that support academic, social, life skills, and career preparation while also serving as a platform for social involvement in extracurricular activities.

AIP partners with Career Services, Counseling and Wellness Services, Housing and Residence Life and various other departments on campus to provide support in the following areas:

Academic Support
Individual Academic Coaching
Academic Skills Training
Executive Functioning Strategies
Academic Accommodations

Social and Community Involvement
Campus & Community Events/Activities
Recreational Activities
Interpersonal Skills Training
Relationship Development

Transition and Life Skills
Community living
Independent living skills
Health and Wellness
Budget Management
Self-Advocacy
Stress and anxiety management

Career Preparation
Career Planning
Resume Writing
Interviewing skills
Experiential Learning
Career Coaching
Mock Interviews

For more information about the Autisim Inclusion Program, please contact Dr. Vannee Cao-Nguyen at 850.474.2387 or vcao@uwf.edu.


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