Mason Autism Support Initiative (MASI)


The Mason Autism Support Initiative offers individualized, comprehensive social and academic supports to motivated Mason students with autism spectrum disorder in order to guide them through the transition into university life, and assist them in building skills necessary for success in the university environment and beyond. We encourage development of self-advocacy and college-level independent living skills by providing individual and group support within a collaborative model. Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, as there is limited space in the program. To be considered for program entry, students must be admitted into Mason. Once accepted into the University, students must register with Disability Services (see process and documentation guidelines at There is a fee for this service.


MASI Flyer.docx


After High School Autism Spectrum Disorder Collaboration Independent Living Postsecondary Education Related Services Self-Determination Social/Emotional State/National Organizations Transition