Housed within the Personalized Learning Center, Marian University's Spectrum of Knights (SOK) Autism Program is a fee-based program that provides individualized support and guidance to students on the autism spectrum. The program allows students to work one-on-one with Marian University's Autism Coordinator, Hannah Melton, who will guide and coach students from their first year on campus through graduation.
The Spectrum of Knights strives to create a more inclusive campus environment for autistic students. We hope to serve the Marian and greater Indianapolis community by providing education on neurodiversity.
Spectrum of Knights focuses on the development of student’s social skills by actively engaging within the Marian University community. Examples of specific supports include:
Spectrum of Knights supports student’s individual academic success by creating a group that aids and supports collegiate learning. Examples of specific supports include:
Spectrum of Knights prepares students for post-college life by focusing on students' individual, professional, and interpersonal skill development. Examples of specific supports include:
"Having the Personalized Learning Center and Autism Program on campus will allow students to recharge their brains, meet others in a similar situation to them, and work with professors in a place that is comfortable for them."
Marian University is dedicated to providing an education distinguished in its ability to prepare transformative leaders for service to the world. Some of our campus support systems include:
There is no charge for standard accommodations and services associated with the Personalized Learning Center. There will be an additional fee for the Autism Program, which is a specialized program within the Personalized Learning Center.
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