"A first of its kind film, packed with honest insights for students, parents, and educators offering an eye-opening look at what a growing number of neurodiverse students are bringing to campus."
— SXSW EDU
"This important film is heartfelt and necessary. As more and more students with autism arrive at college, we need to see how they do it, and how we could do better for them."
— Ricki Robinson, MD, Profectum / Author, Autism Solutions
"In helping autistic students apply to college, I've worked with many who could really benefit from role models who've blazed a trail for them. Autism Goes to College provides a wonderful example for families to see several students who have successfully made the vital leap to higher education. The film is a fascinating window into their stories, and a moving showcase for their struggles and triumphs. I've recommended it again and again!"
— Eric Endlich, PhD, Psychologist / Founder, Top College Consultants
"These students are genuine and hilarious. More than anything else, this film is a celebration of their lives, their spirit and accomplishments."
— Jan Blacher, Associate Dean, UC Riverside's Graduate School of Education
"Film offers a rare window to the experiences of the growing population of students who, despite their autism diagnosis, are now graduating from high school and opting to go to college."
— UC Riverside News
"Provides time for discussion of obstacles that can be particularly imposing for collegians on the autism spectrum. The documentary points out that most college students living with autism spectrum disorder don't disclose their status when they apply to school, and tend not to do so until a personal crisis occurs...Autism Goes to College highlights the students' achievements"
— CSU Long Beach News
"I think it's definitely great to show that there are students on the spectrum who are working alongside what people might call 'typical students', and they are succeeding in the same way."
— Aubry Mintz, Director, CSU Long Beach School of Art
Newport Beach Film Festival
Awareness Film Festival
Heartland Film Festival
Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
San Diego Autism Society
Children's Autism Services of Edmonton: Annual Conference
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, College of Education
UCLA TARJAN Center
Carnegie Science Center
Vaderbilt University, College Inclusion Summit and Frist Center for Autism and Innovation
Spectrumwise College Consulting and Autism Society of Central Virginia