Project REACH & ASD

Project REACH: Resources and Education on Autism as CUNY’s Hallmark is a university-wide project funded by the FAR Fund created to enhance CUNY’s capacity to support its growing population of college students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and to educate faculty and staff about students with ASD.

At the core of CUNY’s mission is to provide affordable and accessible higher education opportunities to all students, especially those who have historically not had access to higher education opportunities -- like students on the autism spectrum.  


Reasonable Accommodations Guide <pdf>

Asperger Syndrome Training & Employment Partnership

Autistic Self Advocacy Network 

Project reach mini-grant programs

Borough of Manhattan Community College
Progressing Autism Spectrum Services (PASS)

Brooklyn College
Collaborative Autism Spectrum Program

College of Staten Island
Building Bridges Initiative

Kingsborough Community College
Transition to College Support

LaGuardia Community College
Academic and Social Student Integration for Success Team (ASSIST)



Upcoming Events


Autism in Higher Education Training

Thursday May, 4th. 9:00AM-12:00PM
Baruch College,
Multi Purpose Room, First Floor, NVC 1-107

Event Flyer <pdf>

Project Reach In the News

Promising Pilot Program Helps Students with Autism Succeed in College

Our Co-Workers with Autism Thank You

Village Voice spotlights CUNY schools and their specialized programs for students on the autism spectrum

Contact us

Central Office of Student Affairs

555 W. 57th Street, 14thFl.
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 646-664-8800

Project Reach

Barbara Bookman, Project Director