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Argos Autism Program

The Argos Autism Program (AAP) is a Beyond Access service offered by Student Accessibility Resources that provides academic, social, life skills, and career planning support to students with autism who attend the University of West Florida. The goal of AAP is to enhance the college experience by providing assistance with making connections on campus and navigating Argo life.


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Each student with Autism Spectrum Disorder is unique which is why we offer a variety of services to assist students during their academic journey. Our staff will assist students in choosing the best resource plan to help reach their academic, social, and professional goals.  The Argos Autism Program is a collaborative effort between Student Accessibility Resources and the UWF Center for Behavior Analysis.  

Services options include:

  • AAP Early Arrival Program - set of workshops that helps students acclimate to campus life prior to the start of the Fall semester
  • Accessibility Coaching - professional staff member from Student Accessibility who helps students navigate campus resources and accommodation needs
  • Academic Coaching - student staff member who provides assistance with time management and academic supports

 

Interested in learning more about the UWF Argos Autism Program?

Please complete the form, and we will send you additional information regarding our program.

Argos Autism Program Interest Form

For additional information, please contact SAR at (850) 474-2387 or sar@uwf.edu or stop by our offices in Building 21, Room 110.


To request this page or any information referenced on the page in an alternative format, please email sar@uwf.edu.