Neurodiversity is used to describe naturally occurring differences in the human brain. Some differences can cause challenges with how individuals think and learn. Individuals may be diagnosed with a neurological condition, such as Autism, ADHD or Dyslexia. We like to think of these differences simply as different ways of thinking.
The goal of these guides are to provide support for our neurodiverse students, and increase awareness and understanding about neurological differences.
These guides focuses on neurodiversity and study. Under each tab you will find:
Would you like to see information about another neurological difference added to these guides?
Let your learning advisor, accessibility coordinator or someone from the Student Success team know and we will see what we can do.