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Landmark College—The College for Students Who Learn Differently

Landmark College is exclusively for students who learn differently, including students with a learning disability (such as dyslexia), ADHD, autism, or executive function challenges. We champion a strengths-based model and give students the skills and strategies they need to achieve their goals.

A fully accredited, not-for-profit institution, Landmark College offers bachelor’s and associate degrees, as well as a Bridge Experience, online dual enrollment courses for high school students, and summer programs to assist a wide range of high school and new or transferring college students with learning differences.

The Landmark College Institute for Research and Training conducts groundbreaking research on learning disabilities (LD), ADHD, and autism, and shares that knowledge with educators around the world through webinars, workshops, professional training, and online courses.

LCIRT is the only research institute located on a campus that exclusively serves students who learn differently. This creates a powerful synergy. Students and faculty participate in and help to guide LCIRT’s research, and in turn, LCIRT’s expertise informs the College’s classroom practices.

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By the numbers

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Transfer students

Nearly half our student population transferred here from another college or university. 

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Earn Degrees

Nine out of 10 LC associate degree grads earn a bachelor's degree.

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LC serves 450 students—and employs 200 faculty and staff. This means that here, no one gets lost in the crowd.

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# of LD Colleges in NE

LC is the only college in the northeastern U.S. that admits only students who learn differently.

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Scholarship Support

Nearly all LC students receive need- and merit-based financial aid in the form of grants and scholarships.

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