The SASSI Neuro Network student group is a student-centered program for current St. Cloud State Students with the goal of promoting success in academic, interpersonal, and social experiences, self-advocacy, independence, and social integration. SASSI values neurodiversity and the benefits that neurodiversity contributes in our community.
The SASSI Neuro Network group meets weekly through the fall and spring semesters to support neurodivergent students’ experiences while at St. Cloud State University. The group is facilitated by graduate students from the departments of Communication Sciences and Disorders and Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy, and guided by input from the neurodivergent participants.
Neurodivergent students may be involved by attending weekly meetings, leading group discussions, planning social events, participating in autism research and/or student panels to inform others about autism, and much more!
This program is currently offered for students registered in any undergraduate or graduate major at St. Cloud State University. Diagnosis is not necessary to participate in meetings.
There is currently no cost for enrollment or services.
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For more information, follow the links below and/or contact a SASSI Leadership Team member: