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).
When you transfer to Landmark College you are not alone; our transfer population represents nearly half of our student body!
Whether you’re looking for a summer program, short-term bridge semester, a transition year, or to complete you degree at Landmark College, we have the program you need for the education and career you want.
Strengthen you study skills
Expand your social circle and leadership skills
Identify your learning style and build successful learning strategies
Get the support you need for the degree and career your want
Transfer students at Landmark College receive individualized, personal assistance during the application process and throughout their Landmark College education. All applicants are assigned an admissions and financial aid counselor.
We recognize that going through the transfer admissions process may seem overwhelming and we’re here to help every step of the way. As students, transfers meet frequently with their advisors who help them progress both in and out of the classroom. All transfer students are assigned an academic advisor with whom they meet on a weekly basis. The academic advisor provides support around issues of time management, organization, and work completion.
Our Career Connections office works with students who are interested in internships, campus employment, and other opportunities to make connections between work and academics.
Their advisors and counselors also help map out their program of study—whether it’s an associates or bachelor’s degree. Transfer students who come to Landmark College for just a bridge semester or year work with their advisors to ensure they get the support they need to successfully transfer back to their original college or university.