Tuition (yearly) $64,290
Housing & Meals (yearly) $14,310
Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.
Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.
This program is designed to prepare students for graduate study or entry-level positions in community mental health, education, public affairs, health, human resources, and a range of nonprofit careers. Students might also pursue employment counseling, grand development, business or sales positions, all of which benefit from the study of psychology.
Students in this major explore psychology, neurodiversity, and learning. Students develop research skills and apply concepts to solving problems and improving the world around them. Experiential opportunities and internships are designed for students to grow as professionals through self-reflection, collaboration, and project management.
Grants & Scholarships
A variety of scholarships and financial aid options are available to students. Visit our website for information. Also, because Landmark College is exclusively for students who have been diagnosed with a learning disability, parents may be eligible for a medical tax deduction for tuition, fees, and additional costs like books, computers, transportation, and other education-related expenses. We recommend you consult with your tax advisor about these options.
Federal Work Study
Military - General
Many students and families utilize loans for related costs of their education. Loans offered by the Department of Education are awarded after grants and scholarship aid have been determined and require additional steps to secure. Students and families are also welcome to research and consider private loan options.
Federal Unsubsidized Loan
Parent PLUS Loan