All Systems Go! Autism Tertiary Transition Programme

"All Systems Go!" is a free programme designed to support Autistic students and their families through the transition between Secondary and Tertiary education.

Programme overview

"All Systems Go!" is a free programme hosted by Inclusive Learning Advisers at the University of Auckland's Libraries and Learning Services who work alongside neurodiverse students to enhance their academic success.

It is suitable for students and their whānau who:

  • Have a diagnosis of Autism
  • Are in their final year of secondary school
  • Are considering tertiary study at any university in 2024

The programme has four key components. Students and whānau are encouraged to engage with all aspects of the programme, but can choose to participate in the parts they feel are relevant to them.

“Get Going!” Welcome day

Date: 12 February 2024 Time: 9.30am-1.30pm 

This one day event is for Autistic students and their whānau who
have enrolled to study at the University of Auckland. Students will explore
key locations, support services, and resources. Students will have the
opportunity to connect with other Autistic students, and can join a Q + A
session with current Autistic students.

Email to register, or for more information.

2024 programme details to be confirmed

Ongoing support

Students who participate in the programme and who have enrolled to study at the University of Auckland, will be offered the opportunity to schedule a free one-to-one meeting with a Learning Adviser to discuss their academic support needs for their first Semester of University.

If you are interested in participating in the “All Systems Go! Autism Tertiary Transition Programme”, please register for free below. 

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