Landmark College is committed to empowering individuals who learn differently to achieve their greatest potential. In alliance with this commitment, the Landmark College Library develops and maintains a comprehensive Learning Disabilities, ADHD & ASD Research Collection and a broader collection of carefully chosen resources in multiple formats accessible to a variety of learning profiles. These collections reflect the diverse interests of community members, support the curriculum, and stimulate learning and scholarship. We provide instruction that facilitates the discerning use of information and ideas, enables the skillful use of library resources and campus technologies, and promotes professional development. We create and maintain a welcoming, supportive environment that encourages individual and group study, and the effective use of print and electronic resources.
The Landmark College Library also maintains the Robert H. Rhodes Landmark College Archives, a collection of key documents and artifacts of Landmark College history. The Archives also chronicles the history of Windham College, a college that occupied Landmark's campus from 1961-1978, before Landmark College's founding in 1985.
Sharing the Library building is another vital College resource: Information Technology Services (ITS), along with its Tech Support Help Desk, Digital Text Services, and other ITS units.