Landmark College was the first institution of higher learning to pioneer college-level studies for students with dyslexia. Today, Landmark College is a global leader in integrated teaching methods for students with learning disabilities (such as dyslexia), ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and gifted LD. The College offers baccalaureate and associate degree options, a graduate-level certificate in universal design with technology integration, and summer programs for students who learn differently. Students, faculty, and professionals from around the world are drawn to Landmark College for its innovative educational model, designed through research and practice to help all students become confident, empowered, and independently successful learners.
Landmark College faculty are experts in teaching students who learn differently as well as in their academic disciplines. Class sizes are small, with a student-faculty ratio of 6:1. The College’s resource-intensive academic program includes weekly meetings with an advisor as well as an array of other support options, including the Drake Center for Academic Support, coaches specializing in executive function issues, and social pragmatics programming.
The Nicole Goodner MacFarlane Science, Technology & Innovation Center, opened in 2015, features state-of-the-art science and computer science labs, classrooms, and gathering spaces. The Fine Arts Building is home to the Greenhoe Theater, the newly renovated Fine Arts Gallery, and arts faculty who are active practitioners in their fields. Students take part in Study Abroad programs to Japan, Australia, Ireland, and a variety of other destinations.
Located in Putney, Vermont, in the southeastern part of the state, the campus is two and a half hours from Boston and four hours from New York. Fifteen minutes away is Brattleboro, Vermont, named one of the best small arts towns in America, and home to a variety of shops and restaurants.