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At Landmark College we know that neurodiversity is a strength and believe in the untapped insights and creativity of our students. We also know the right point of entry is key to success—whether it’s an Associate Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, Bridge Experience, Transition at College, or Short-Term Summer Program. We invite you to apply for admission today and discover the path that works best for you.
Landmark College was the first institution of higher learning to pioneer college-level studies for students with dyslexia. Today, LC is a global leader in integrated teaching methods for students who learn differently, including students with learning disabilities (such as dyslexia), ADHD, and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
One of the most important decisions around choosing a college is cost. Landmark College works closely with students and families to identify financial aid and scholarship options to make your education affordable. Further, our institution is managed from a place of financial strength and stability, providing a sense of confidence for students and families.
Landmark College provides a critically important role in our higher education marketplace for neurodivergent students. As such, LC’s financial viability and reputation remain vibrant and strong. The U.S. Department of Education, in its most recent Financial Responsibility Composite Score, continues to rate Landmark College’s fiscal health as financially responsible. LC’s accrediting body, the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), praised the College in a 2018 progress report for diversifying its academic offerings, growing its short-term and online programs, and strengthening its fundraising and grant support.
Landmark College has adapted and evolved continuously since its founding in 1985 as the first college for students with dyslexia. LC is engineered not only to provide student success and promote the benefits of neurodiversity in education, the workplace, and society at large, but also to allow our model to traverse the many demographic challenges and changes facing small colleges.
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Does LC offer bachelor's or associate degrees?
Both! Originally founded as a two-year institution, Landmark College now offers both baccalaureate and associate degrees. Our office of Transfer, Career & Internship services offers robust support to students who choose to transfer to other institutions to complete their degrees as well as to the increasing numbers who are choosing to stay here for a four-year degree.
What is the application deadline?
Landmark College offers rolling admissions. While many students enroll in the fall after their senior year of high school, many others enroll in fall or spring as transfer students. New students can also begin during January Term through our Jump Start program.
Students at other colleges looking for a short-term boost to their study skills, time management, and organization can consider our Bridge Semester or our summer session for visiting college students.
Is LC tuition tax deductible?
Unique to Landmark College is the potential Medical Tax deduction for tuition, fees, and additional costs like books, computers, and transportation. Learn more about this opportunity to make Landmark College affordable.
How can I connect with an admissions counselor?
Check the schedules of our admissions travel team and schedule a meeting with one of them when they will be in your area. Or give us a call at 802-387-6718, and we'll connect you with the admissions director who will be your direct contact throughout the application process. You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to speaking with you!