Neuroscience for Neurodiverse Learners (NNL) Student Application
This is the application for the Neuroscience for Neurodiverse Learners (NNL) Program at the University of Washington hosted by the DO-IT Center and Center for Neurotechnology (CNT). More detailed information can be found on the Summer Program page.
Instructions: The student applicant must complete the form below. The application materials may be submitted in your native language. If you prefer, you can print this form and submit it to DO-IT by postal mail, fax, or email.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Identify as a neurodiverse learner (defined as those with academic challenges related to conditions such as dyspraxia, dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyscalculia, autism spectrum disorder, and Tourette syndrome).
- Have aptitude and interest in attending college.
- Currently be a high school sophomore, junior, or senior, or a college freshman.
- Commit to program participation.
- Be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States and its possessions.
- Have access to a computer and internet connection to use video conferencing tools.
- Be able to travel to the UW, Seattle campus for program activities.
Applications are accepted throughout the school year for the upcoming summers.
After submitting this application, we will email the parent/guardian listed on the Parent/Guardian Recommendation and Consent form and the individual listed on the Recommendation from a Teacher, Counselor, Administrator, or Coach form.
Applications will be reviewed and applicants will be notified of their status within two to three weeks of submitting their complete application.
All NNL program offerings are contingent upon receipt of continued funding. All participants are required to be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. The University of Washington reaffirms its policy of equal opportunity regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or status as a disabled veteran, or Vietnam era veteran in accordance with University policy and applicable federal and state statutes and regulations.