The School of Education, Health and Human Performance at Fairmont State University first implemented the AIMSS program in 2015. AIMSS provides individualized planning to develop strategies and support for each student accepted into the program. Students accepted into the AIMSS program must meet criteria for admission to Fairmont State University.
Students and Program staff work together to identify and develop individualized supports based upon the strengths, abilities, and needs of each student. AIMSS staff provides academic, social, and daily living supports designed to help students complete a degree program. Staff also develops individualized plans to help students learn skills for becoming independent members of the college community at Fairmont State University.
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Associate Professor of Special Education, Director, Autism Individualized Mentoring & Support Services (AIMSS)
355 Education Building
AIMSS Program Coordinator
The Ruth Ann Musick Library on the campus of Fairmont State University provides access to scholarly resources, provides spaces for collaboration and study, and works with faculty and students in the discovery, use, and management of information in order to support the curriculum and facilitate lifelong learning.
Fairmont State University is honored to be a 2020 recipient of the Autism Welcome Here: Library Programs, Services, and More Grant sponsored by Libraries and Autism: We're Connected. For more information, please CLICK HERE.
The Secret Rules of Social Networking by Barbara Klipper and Rhonda Shapiro-Rieser addresses Internet safety, romantic relationships, online vs. in-person interactions, and more in an online environment. To learn if the book is currently available for check-out at the Ruth Ann Musick Library, or to reserve it, CLICK HERE.
The Office of Accessibility Services at Fairmont State University is dedicated to facilitating equal access to all institutional opportunities for students who have disabilities. We collaborate with administrators, faculty, and other personnel on campus to identify and remove barriers to foster an all-inclusive campus. It is the responsibility of the student to self-identify to our office. Once registered, the Office of Accessibility will work with students to establish accommodations, aids, and services. Through an individual consultation, a staff member will engage in an interactive process with each student to understand how his or her disability intersects with the institutional environment and how accommodations can reduce barriers to success. The Office of Accessibility Services is located in 316 Turley Center and can be reached at (304)333-3661. For more information, please CLICK HERE.
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