Books with detailed information on people with HFA/AS at college/university:
- Managing Asperger Syndrome at College and University by Juliet Jamieson and Clare Jamieson, David Fulton Publishers, 2004.
- Aquamarine Blue 5: Personal Stories of College Students with Autism edited by Dawn Prince-Hughes, published by Ohio University Press, November 2002.
- Succeeding In College With Asperger Syndrome by John Harpur, Maria Lawlor and Michael Fitzgerald, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004.
- "Students with Autism And Asperger's Syndrome" by Tim Luckett and Stuart Powell in Special Teaching In Higher Education: successful strategies for access and inclusion, ed. Stuart Powell, Kogan Page, Ltd., May 2003.
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- Autism and Asperger Syndrome, ed. Uta Frith, Cambridge University Press, November 1991. The first academic text on AS, this contains the English translation of Asperger's original paper, which refers to a person with AS at university.
- A Real Person: Life on the Outside by Gunilla Gerland, Souvenir Press, April 2003 - a brilliant account of growing up with AS which includes one term at university.
- Pretending to be Normal: Living with Asperger's Syndrome by Liane Holliday Willey, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, July 1999 - includes not only an account of her time at university but also a wonderful appendix entitled "Survival Skills for AS College Students".
- Emergence: Labelled Autistic and Thinking in Pictures by Temple Grandin - describes her college and graduate school experiences as a person with HFA.
- Autism: Preparing For Adulthood by Patricia Howlin - focuses on the problems faced by high-functioning teenagers and young adults, and has a few references to university.
- Life Behind Glass: A personal account of Autistic Spectrum Disorder by Wendy Lawson, who has AS and two university degrees.
- News From The Border: A Mother's Memoir of Her Autistic Son by Jane Taylor McDonnell, with an afterword by Paul McDonnell - describes bringing up a son with HFA/AS who is attending college by the end of the book, and who adds a lengthy afterword.
- High-Functioning Individuals With Autism edited by Eric Schopler and Gary Mesibov - the section of first-person accounts includes some university experiences.
- Beyond the Wall: Personal experiences with Autism and Asperger Syndrome by Stephen Shore includes details of his experiences at college and as a graduate student.
- Nobody Nowhere and Somebody Somewhere by Donna Williams - describes her experiences as a person with HFA at university and in teacher training.
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