Landmark College is a private liberal arts and sciences college designed for students diagnosed with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, attention disorders such as ADHD, or autism spectrum disorder. The Vermont campus houses a research institute, Landmark College Institute for Research & Training, the only research institute located on a campus that serves students who learn differently. Support services for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder include social group assignments, specialized roommate matching, an early orientation and a required social pragmatics course.
If you are a student with a LD then you should look at Landmark. It was the first College in the nation to cater only to students with Learning Disabilities and it has become a very close Community. It's a small campus in a very rural area, but there is shuttles off campus Tuesday-Sunday as well as different trips to some really fun places including Ski Resorts, Malls, Wal-Mart, Keene NH, and to many other places to list
Quinn from Warminster, PA
I'd be a great experience for people with learning disabilities to be able to attend Landmark College. People wouldn't feel like they're alone because they have a disability. Honestly, everyone is unique by being who they are.