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Dyslexic Colleges


105 East Main Street

Leesburg, FL 34748

(352) 787-7660

“As a student at Beacon College, you will come to understand your learning disability in ways you never have before. From there, you’ll discover the way that you learn best and use suggested strategies to optimize your strengths in the classroom.

Beacon College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Bachelor and Associate of Arts degrees. Beacon College is the only accredited college offering AA and BA degrees exclusively for students with language based learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, or LD gifted.”


1 River Road South

Putney, VT 05346

(802) 387-6718

“Our programs are specially designed for a particular audience. Therefore, it is critically important to us – and to you – that we meet the same rigorous requirements as every other reputable degree-granting institution. Landmark College is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

While many colleges offer special programs for students with learning difficulties, Landmark College is one of the only accredited colleges in the United States designed exclusively for students with dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD), or other specific learning disabilities.

Why does Landmark’s approach succeed? Because we take a different path. We teach the skills and strategies necessary for success in college and the workforce. Here at Landmark, you learn how to learn, and this knowledge helps you become more confident and independent.

Students at Landmark get far more personal, directed assistance than at other colleges. Each student receives individualized attention from classroom instructors — in courses tailored to meet your educational needs. We have courses for skills development, college credit, and an Associate Degree Program for individuals who have average — to superior — intellectual potential. Our experienced advisers meet frequently with you to review and guide your progress. All instructors are trained professional educators, not teaching assistants or peer tutors.”