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World Autism Awareness Day

USF is participating in the April 2 event by lighting areas of campus blue.

The University of South Florida is proud to be a participant in the World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd. The following locations will be lit with blue lights: the fountains along Leroy Collins Boulevard, the Bulls fountain on the south side of the Marshall Student Center, the Park on Collins, the Health Sciences entrance and the USF signs on either side of the entrance off Fowler onto Leroy Collins Boulevard.  

USF’s Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD), in the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, invites you to attend the various activities planned for April 2nd in celebration of World Autism Awareness Day. The CARD Autism Champions club will be hosting two activity tables and providing educational materials at the Bull Market in the MSC Plaza. The club members will also deliver “treats” with an educational message to 50 targeted departments and people on campus. There will be a great photo opportunity at 8:00 p.m. at the Bull’s fountain, please wear blue and show your support.

CARD provides support and assistance with the goal of optimizing the potential of people with autism and related disabilities. To learn more about CARD and the services it provides to the Tampa Bay Community, and to learn more about Autism Awareness month please visit our Facebook page at or visit this website.

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