The College for Students Who Learn Differently

Dyslexia | ADHD | Autism | Executive Function Challenges

1 in 2
Half of our students transfer to LC in search of a better college experience
Students from 38 states and 10 countries worldwide
Student:Faculty Ratio
of bachelor's degree graduates are employed or in graduate school

Empowering Students, Transforming Education

Landmark College is a community designed 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 for education, giving students the skills and strategies they need to succeed in life.

Our campus in Putney, Vermont, offers:

  • A beautiful, quiet setting ideal for building our focused community
  • An intimate environment within a vast region known for supporting education innovation
  • Access to and from the world through nearby transportation hubs
  • Peace of mind of an inclusive campus within a small town
"I was in a smaller setting so I was able to focus. After a while I was getting better grades than most of my friends who were in those big classes."
Isaac Alam, Landmark College, B.A. in Liberal Studies
Painting Studio
Choosing a College for Students Who
Learn Differently

Click Here

Student Computer
10 Ways We Differ from other
LD Support Programs

Learn More

Bringing LD Research Into the Classroom

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

Fully integrated within our campus, LCIRT leverages the expertise of Landmark College’s faculty and staff and promotes the academic success of our student community in and out of the classroom.

LD Educators

Professional LD Learning for Educators

Webinars, online courses, on-site and online workshops, Summer Institute, and more.

Register Here

"When I say I’m neurodivergent, there is no stigma. Often people ask what that means, and I explain — showing the disability and exceptionality that make us who we are."
John Elder Robison, visiting lecturer and advisor to Landmark College’s Center for Neurodiversity

Online Campus Tours, Visits, and Open Houses

Register Here

prev next prev next prev next prev next

Featured News

Upcoming Events Calendar