ND Groups and Events

Executive Function Community of Practice

  • Many students have challenges with “executive function,” for example planning and organizing what to do and when, dividing an assignment into smaller pieces, remembering all their assignments and tests, starting and continuing working on a task without distractions. Some students may need extra support with executive function, particularly those who self-identify or have been diagnosed with ADHD and other related neurotypes.
  • Join this group to exchange practical tips and tricks with your peers, and talk about gadgets, tools, apps, strategies, and academic accommodations that have helped you or that your peers are using and may be helpful to you.
  • Meets weekly, Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 pm, via Zoom We occasionally hold in-person events.
  • Be in the know! Join our listserv to receive news and reminders for our meetings. To join:

Autism Social Group

  • This group is for any student who self-identifies as autistic/having autism. No official diagnosis is needed. Meet other autistic students, have fun and support each other!
  • Meets every Thursday, 4:00-5:30 pm, via Zoom We occasionally hold in-person events.
  • Be in the know! Join our listserv to receive news and reminders for our meetings. To join:

Neurodiversity Dialogues

  • The dialogues are open for anyone in the community who is interested in learning more about neurodiversity and the experiences of college students. It is a monthly discussion forum based on research articles, videos & podcasts about neurodiversity
  • Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, 3:00-4:00 pm, via Zoom
  • To join: Please email Flor (fa227) asking to be added to the meeting