Landmark College opened in 1985 and has been revolutionizing education for students with learning differences such as dyslexia, ADHD, autism and executive function challenges ever since. Here are ten ways Landmark’s support programs are unlike any others:
Multiple Academic Paths. Students choose from on-campus and online options at every stage of learning, from bachelor’s and associate degrees to high school dual enrollment and summer programs for college and high school students.
Diagnosis-Specific Supports. Comprehensive supports (including advising, executive function coaching and social pragmatics) help students identify strategies for their learning profiles.
Therapy Dogs. We don’t just bring dogs to campus for final exams. They’re here each week to provide support, companionship and comfort.
Centers for Diversity & Inclusion. Every student is part of a campus culture that’s welcoming and supportive.
Tax Savings. Our educational focus means many families qualify for significant federal medical tax deductions.
Perspectives in Learning. LC’s unique first-year course encourages students to research and understand their diagnosis —then present their findings and begin self-advocating.
Universal Design. Classes are taught in a variety of ways, including visually, auditorily and kinesthetically.
Careers & Internships. LC works with employers worldwide to support neurodivergent students in becoming career-ready and building connections.
Study Away. Travel with a twist on LC’s 3-week, faculty-led trips centered around a theme, journeying to destinations around the world.
Landmark College Institute for Research & Training (LCIRT). Students can intern and gain experience in many areas of research and advocacy.
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