Information & Registration

The Summer Institute is held on the High School campus of The Landmark School in Prides Crossing (Beverly), Massachusetts.

Lunch, as well as snacks and beverages, is included in the course fee.


  • Speaker Series & Seminars: 8:30am – 3:00pm
  • Graduate Courses: 8:30am – 4:00pm


Check course descriptions for required textbooks or materials. Attendees should bring a laptop or tablet – Outreach cannot supply computers. Participants should plan to purchase any required texts prior to the start of the course and bring them on the first day.


Certificates of attendance indicating the number of course hours will be provided upon course completion. For weeklong graduate courses, 3 graduate credits from Fitchburg State University are included in course fee.

For two-day seminars, 1 credit is available for an additional fee of $200, payable on the first day of the seminar. Payment must be made via credit card or check made out to Fitchburg State University. Cash or Purchase Orders will not be accepted for this fee.


Each Summer, we offer ASHA CEUs for several courses. Once they courses have been approved, we will add the appropriate ASHA information to each individual course listing.

Cancellations & Refunds

Cash, check, credit card, or purchase order. (Please make payment to: Landmark School Outreach Program.) Online registration requires a credit card payment in full or a purchase order. At least $125 deposit is required to to secure your place. Deposits must be made via cash, check, or by calling to pay with a credit card. The balance of payment must be received by Friday, June 29, 2018. Your deposit is non-refundable unless request for cancellation is received by June 29, 2018. For cancellation requests received after June 29, 2018, payment minus the $125 deposit will be refunded.


There is no specific deadline to register. Courses are open until they reach capacity.

Early-Bird pricing is available through April 30th. Prices will automatically increase on our website on May 1st, 2018. Online registration forms, Purchase Orders, and printed registration forms received prior to May 1st will be given the Early-Bird rate.


Confirmation will be sent via email upon receipt of your registration and deposit/payment.

Registration Options

  • Online: Please visit our course listing and complete your registration.
  • Mail: Print the registration form and send with payment to: Landmark School Outreach Program | PO Box 227 | Prides Crossing, MA 01965
  • Fax: Print registration form and fax with payment information to: 978-927-7268.
  • Email: Print registration form and email with payment information to

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Payment Options

Credit Card: Please use our website to register for your course. You will be asked to create an “account,” after which point you will be able to add the course(s) and any publications to your shopping cart and proceed through the checkout process.

Purchase Order: You may also use our website! When you reach the payment portion of the checkout process, simply select Purchase Order instead of credit card. You will not be required to enter any credit card information, but you will be asked for a Purchase Order number and/or contact information. Immediately after placing your order, please email or fax us a copy of the Purchase Order so that we may proceed with invoicing.

Check: If you wish to pay via check, you must print the paper registration form and mail it in along with your check.

Looking Forward to a Great Summer

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