College Steps Program

Support for Students with Autism and Learning Disabilities

Lyndon has partnered with College Steps to provide individualized college support for students living with social, communication, or learning challenges.

The program serves three groups of students:
· Enrolled students for whom navigating college is challenged by social, academic, or independent living barriers
· High school transition students
· Returning students interested in our two-year certificate program

Each of our programs is managed by an on-campus Program Coordinator who seamlessly interfaces with faculty and staff and oversees our network of trained peer mentors. Peer mentors provide customized social, academic, and relevant vocational training support to College Steps scholars.

Visit the College Steps website for more detailed information and check out the online application.



Henekis Stoddard, Program Coordinator
Lyndon State College