More than 35 years ago, Landmark College revolutionized education for students with learning differences (LD) such as dyslexia, ADHD, autism or executive function challenges. Today, its uniquely designed living-learning model provides this population of college students with a comprehensive support system in and out of the classroom.

Even before COVID forced remote learning, Landmark had evolved beyond its Putney, Vermont campus with online dual enrollment courses for high school students and an online postbaccalaureate certificate for educators. The post-pandemic world paved the way for LC Online, a full suite of online offerings for high school and college-age students and the educators who work with them. 

“It’s all that Landmark College has to offer, just in an online format,” says Mark DiPietro, vice president for marketing and communications. “Students have access to the same model of one-on-one advising and academic support resources from their own home, and they’ll experience a sense of community and start building relationships as if they were right here on campus.” 

The school’s online College START program offers a first year of college experience—incorporating online group discussions and fun activities like Netflix Watch Parties—so students get a feel for living on campus as they take courses that can earn as many as 24 credits toward a degree. 

This fall, Landmark will offer fully online associate degrees in general studies and business studies, and will continue to introduce new bachelor’s and associate’s degrees in its on-campus undergraduate program. “Whatever a student’s academic goals might be, we offer a path to help them be successful,” DiPietro says. 

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