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So many resources are available to students at the SALT Center, across campus, and beyond. Explore ways you can get supported in reaching your goals, whatever they may be. Students can also speak to their Student Support Specialist for more personalized guidance and help with connecting to resources.

An overview of the most helpful programs and services available to all University of Arizona students

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Separate from the SALT Center, the Disability Resource Center ensures disability access for all your classes at the University of Arizona

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A list of national and local programs and agencies that work to support those with learning and attention challenges.

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Bartlett Labs is the SALT Center's research and assessment division and collaborates with researchers around the world. Bartlett Labs also offers professional development and training for schools and organizations to help them better support individuals who learn differently. 

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Downloadable PDF learning guides to help you with your studies. Additional guides and modules can be found in the SALT Center Student Resource Hub on D2L.

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A paid position which gives students the opportunity to develop professionally as they represent the SALT Center during high school visits, college fairs, and weekly information sessions. 

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Our Peer Mentors program connects incoming students with more experienced students to help them navigate the transition to the university setting and support their integration. Students should speak with their Student Support Specialist if they are interested in participating.

Find out what fun social activities are happening at the SALT Center and across campus. Follow us on social media and visit our calendar for announcements.

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Resources to help you enter the working world with confidence.

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Provides evaluations for suspected neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., learning disorders, autism, ADHD) or brain injuries to help provide services in school and work. 

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