Missouri State University, West Plains Campus Breaks Ground On Autistic Center

Missouri State University in West Plains has broken ground on a future center to help students with autism transition to college. Dennis Lancaster, the institution’s chancellor, says that the newly named TJ Swift House ASCEND Program got its start from a student with autism struggling on his first day on campus…

$7.5 million in funding for the facility came from the state legislative budget approved by Governor Mike Parson.

(From Missourinet)