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Hannah Melton, M.S.

Autism Coordinator
(317) 955-6756
hmelton@marian.edu
Clare Hall, Room 109D
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Biography

Hannah has worked within the field of Higher Education for over five years and her passion for supporting college students with Autism began during her Master’s program at Texas A&M University. Hannah has previous experiences working with the Spectrum Living Learning Community and the Aggie Achieve Program which are both geared towards providing direct supports and resources to students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Hannah enjoys researching and her article concerning the needs of students with Autism within On-Campus Residence Life was published in the Journal of College and University Student Housing. Hannah is excited to continue learning and pursuing her passion of supporting neurodiverse students through her work at Marian University!

Education

  • Bachelors of Science in Psychology and Public Relations/Advertising, University of Southern Indiana
  • Masters of Science in Educational Administration, Texas A&M University

Personal Interests

Hannah enjoys relaxing by reading or watching a movie with friends. Also, loves playing with her little dachshund/Jack Russel Terrier pup named Milo. In her spare time, she enjoys planning Disney World vacations and loves all things Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Marvel, and beyond!

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