The 2017 SRP incorporated several components, including the College Experiences of Students on the Autism Spectrum survey, in-depth telephone interviews with campus disability services coordinators, and collection of additional institutional data. The 2017 SRP also served as the foundation for a follow-up study that conducted semi-structured in-depth interviews with college students on the autism spectrum and their parents in the summer and fall of 2017.
This study was conducted with support from the staff at the Center for Survey Research at Indiana University and used the Center's centralized telephone interviewing facility located on the Bloomington campus.
This study was supported by funding from the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University-Bloomington. Additional funding for follow-up interviews was provided by the Spencer Foundation.
McLeod, Jane D., Amelia Hawbaker, and Emily Meanwell. 2020. “The Health of College Students on the Autism Spectrum as Compared to Their Neurotypical Peers.” Autism (Online First, DOI 10.1177/1362361320926070).