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Students with high functioning autism who want to go to college but still need support should consider Summit Campus. We offer furnished single rooms with refrigerators, breakfast and dinner, academic support, social programs, EF coaches, peer mentoring, and much, much more. Contact us today for more information!

Residential Embedded Services and Amenities for Orientation,

Fall Term & Spring Term


The comprehensive residential program includes the following:

  • Rooms with a twin bed, desk, chair, dresser, closet or bureau and refrigerator

  • Breakfast and dinner daily (students will purchase lunches on campus)

  • Transportation to and from college/university campus and workplace

  • Bi- annual clinical meetings to establish baseline skills, individual goals, and strategies in the domains of independent living, Executive function, College survival skills, Social skills and Health and wellness

  • In-house social programming

  • Financial literacy training

  • Daily living coaching for health & hygiene, organizational skills, and time management

  • Academic guidance and support

  • On campus peer mentoring

  • PEERS social skills curriculum

  • Navigating and accessing college resources

  • Liaison support for students and respective accessibility departments

  • Self-determination and self-advocacy coaching

  • Health and wellness coordination

  • Culinary instruction and a full service kitchen

  • Conflict resolution and problem-solving instruction

  • Community access and leisure activities

  • Priority access to the Summit Health & Wellness Center***

***If a resident demonstrates the need for additional support beyond the scope of services embedded within the campus programming, referrals can be made for psychiatric, counseling and behavioral services to the appropriate clinician(s) through the Summit Health and Wellness Center (directly across the street) and billed through insurance or private pay.

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We understand the need for flexible payment options and have developed three plans to choose from.

Payment plan options are as follows:

Option #1: Applicants’ deposit will be included as part of 3 months payment in advance and those 3 months will be considered as payment for the first and last two months (August, April and May).This payment is due by August 15th. Six additional monthly payments will begin October 1st, 2022.

Option #2: Applicants who pay in two installments, after deposit, on August 15th and December 15th, will receive a 3% discount.

Option #3: Applicants who pay the deposit and then the balance in full by August 15th, will receive a 5% discount

Additional Costs:
Spending Money

Students are required to have access to a checking/savings account to access spending money, as needed. This money may be needed for supplies, groceries, snacks, recreational activities, etc.  Budgeting and use of spending money will be part of our Residential Curriculum.
Cell Phones
We require that students have their own cell phones.  We ask that students share their phone number with the Residence staff as well as entering the dorm phone number into their phone.
College Meal Plans
Although not required, students may be interested in signing up for a limited meal card plan at their local college for lunch and snacks.
Ancillary Services
Any additional services beyond those provided as part of our residential program are payable either through insurance or private pay.

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