Argos Autism Program
The Argos Autism Program (AAP) is offered by the UWF Center for Behavior Analysis with support from UWF Student Accessibility Resources. UWF AAP provides 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.
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.
Services options include:
- AAP Early Arrival Program is a set of workshops that helps students acclimate to campus life and is held prior to each Fall semester
- Peer Mentoring from a UWF student can assist with navigating the transition to college and accessing services on campus
- Social Events
- Accessibility Coaching from the UWF Student Accessibility Resources office helps students obtain necessary academic and housing accommodations
- Academic Coaching from Tutoring and Academic Learning Resources offers assistance with time management and academic support
Interested in learning more about the UWF Argos Autism Program?
Please complete the Argo Autism Program Interest Form, and we will send you additional program information.
Argos Autism Program Interest Form
For additional information, please contact the Center for Behavior Analysis phone phone or email at 850.474.2704, firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by our office in Argonaut Village at 10001 North Davis Hwy., Pensacola, FL 32514.