Welcome to the KLASS Center!
Established through a donation from Tom and Pam Korn, the Center focuses on assisting students who struggle academically or socially through clinical and outreach services to students, parents, and teachers.
We offer programs, such as the FUTURE Program and PASS Program, for our college-age students who fall somewhere on the Autism Spectrum, and we offer a wide range of clinical services designed to help students, toddler through adulthood, to achieve academic success and gain confidence in their ability to address their own academic challenges such as Dyslexia, ADHD, and many others. We are also here to help parents with services designed to help them with any challenges they might be having with their children.
We are a training center too! We proudly provide clinical training to doctoral students in UT’s School Psychology Program and doctoral interns with the Tennessee Internship Consortium in Psychology who are preparing to be School Psychologists. These students are well advanced, and our graduates have gone on to provide the highest quality services across the country.
Finally, we do research. We engage in applied research that is evidence-based and useful in school settings and clinic-based settings. Associated School Psychology and Special Education faculty and graduate students develop and carry out innovative studies that are relevant nationwide.
World Autism Awareness Day: College Students
Faculty Training: Working with Students on the Spectrum
Instructor Tip Five: Autism Spectrum Disorders
Instructor Tip Four: Autism Spectrum Disorders
Postsecondary Autism Support Services Program: Course Credit
Instructor Tip Three: Autism Spectrum Disorders
Instructor Tip Two: Autism Spectrum Disorders
Instructor Tip: Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders