Campus Links

Two people walking and talking together on campus

What is Campus Links?

Campus Links is a two tier peer mentoring program that strives to provide support for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) while they adjust to the university environment. In coordination with the Disability Support Resources office, the mentee has easy access to social, academic, and classroom support.

The two tiers of Campus Links are:

Campus Links Red is our residential program where the mentors and mentees live in the same on-campus housing, providing daily support.

Campus Links Blue is our non-residential program for students. This program provides support for the student without the commitment of living in specific living centers or on campus.

All students in the Campus Links Program participate in a service learning project each semester by donating time to local community partners.

Campus Links Brochure

Group shot of campus links participants under the transformational link sculpture

Get Connected!

If you are interested in learning more about Campus Links, or, becoming a mentee or mentor for either tier, please contact the Disability Support Resources office in 215 The Blue Connection, by phone at (616) 331-2490, or e-mail at [email protected].

New applications for the residential program are only accepted for the fall semesters. 

Page last modified June 9, 2023