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Eastern Illinois University - Students with Autism Transitional Education Program (STEP)

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Person: Jill Fahy (Director)
Phone: 217.581.6361
Agency: Eastern Illinois University
Email: step@eiu.edu
Website: https://www.eiu.edu/step/

Eastern Illinois University’s (EIU) Students with Autism Transitional Education Program (STEP) focuses on providing enhanced support in the areas of academics, social, and daily-living, which are crucial for success at the collegiate level.

STEP is comprised of two programs: STEP-Full and STEP-Maintenance. Each program is designed to help students successfully navigate the communication, planning, and problem solving demands of college life. Specific details of each program can be found on the STEP website. Fees are adjusted to reflect the level of support provided by each program.

In addition to accommodations from EIU Disability Services, STEP provides monitored, structured support for all students in the program. Ultimately, the goal is to foster as much independence as possible as students navigate the typical learning demands of a four-year university.

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