Non-Academic accommodations for ASD students required to live on campus: A research study, year 2.

Author: Earlee

Earlee Kerekes-Mishra has worked with students with disabilities in higher education for 10 years and has a passion for focusing on students that experience Autism Spectrum Disorder, including pursuing a certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder studies through Western Oregon University. Earlee spent over six years as the Accommodations Coordinator at Western Oregon University and the past two years at Oregon State University as the Manager of Intake, Retention and Transition for the Disability Access Services . Earlee also coordinates the assessment efforts for the office of Disability Access Services and serves as the office liaison to the Veteran’s Office on campus and the Native American Longhouse Cultural Center. Earlee holds an MA in Organizational Leadership.