Autism Consultation Hour

Method of working Student Affairs Coaching & Counselling (SACC)

For UT students living with a form of autism that could use a helping hand with:

If you don’t have autism yourself, but have questions about autism, you are more than welcome to join the consultation hour.

Come to the consultation hour if the following is familiar to you:

What to expect

A counsellor from JADOS will always be present at the consultation hour to help you:


Thursday 09.00-14:00 in odd weeks. Only possible after an appointment.


The consultation hour takes place at the department of Student Affairs Coaching & Counselling (SACC), building Vrijhof, floor 3, room 311.


Contact the SACC secretariat during office hours by phone: +31 53 489 2035 
A meeting online as well as on-campus is possible.

If your appointment is on-campus, stick to the 1.5 m distance. Do not come more than 5 minutes before your appointment and leave the building immediately after the appointment has been completed.

Collaboration parties

The consultation hour is a collaboration between Student Affairs Coaching & Counselling (UT), JADOS(NL) Enschede Local Support Teams

  • Student Affairs Coaching & Counselling (SACC)

    SACC sees it as its mission to support and guide students both socially and academically. SACC is an adviser and expert liaison with degree programmes and other services at the University of Twente.
    Students with a disability, such as an autism spectrum disorder, can enjoy additional support options. This includes practical adjustments to the degree programme in consultation with a study adviser, educational measures and adapted testing conditions. In addition, SACC’s student psychologists offer individual sessions as well as various training/group sessions for students.


    JADOS offers counselling to (young) adults with a diagnosis of autism, in the life phases of study or work. JADOS (an external organization in the Netherlands) helps HBO (higher professional education) and University students with an autism spectrum disorder to study successfully. JADOS will help you develop the skills you need to make it through your studies and live on your own.

  • Enschede Local Support Teams

    For more information about welfare, care, or support in Enschede, please contact Enschede’s Local Support Teams. Together, you’ll explore your options in the city. If necessary and possible, you can request (temporary) support from a member of the local team or through the Social Support Act.