What Parents Say
What the parents of students who attended Landmark’s Transition to College Program have said about the experience...
"I appreciate the kindness and compassion of the Landmark faculty and staff. They 'get' these kids—they understand them. The Summer Transition Program was great preparation for the 'real thing.' My objectives were met: giving my son a taste of independent living in a college-like atmosphere."
"It is a very beneficial program that really addresses each student's individual style of learning and builds upon that to help them achieve success in the mainstream."
"This program helped my son get a better handle on the work required at the college level. So far, so good at college! He feels ready to take on anything his professors throw at him. Thank you for a great experience!"
"Our son benefited very much having a dress rehearsal of what he might experience his freshman year and learning about advocating for his accommodations. It gave him confidence that he was, in fact, ready for college. And it helped us feel better about him leaving home. It was a reminder that he's continuing to grow and achieve in spite of learning differences and personality differences."
"Landmark's Transition Program helped our son 'own' his learning needs and gave him the self-confidence to be his own advocate. Perhaps I helped get him ready for Landmark, but Landmark was the ever-so-important piece that got him to the next level of adulthood. You are simply the best at what you do."
Colleges Represented in the Transition to College Program
Students who have enrolled in Landmark’s Transition to College Program attend four-year colleges and universities across the country, including:
Arizona State University
The College of Idaho
Emory & Henry College
Florida Institute of Technology
Green Mountain College
Johnson & Wales University
Loyola University Maryland
Mount Holyoke College
New York University
Rochester Institute of Technology
University of Arizona
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Kansas
University of Mary Washington
University of Massachusetts, Boston
University of the Pacific
University of Redlands
University of Rochester
University of Tampa
Worcester Polytechnic Institute