A student eats lunch while wearing noise-canceling headphones. Illustration by Lexie Perez | The Vanderbilt Hustler
A student eats lunch while wearing noise-canceling headphones. Illustration by Lexie Perez | The Vanderbilt Hustler

Vanderbilt isn’t built for students with autism

Vanderbilt is an overwhelming environment for the most well-equipped student, but it can be debilitating to navigate as a student with autism.


Crowded lecture halls, cramped residential living, long lines at Rand and Suzie’s cafe during rush hour — all of these have something in common for me: I struggle with them as an autistic student at Vanderbilt. Read more…


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