Limestone University offers a comprehensive support program, LEAP (Learning Enrichment & Achievement Program), for students with learning and attention challenges. LEAP students meet weekly with LEAP staff and have access to an organizational coach and learning specialist. LEAP is a fee-based program. In some cases, the Office for Vocational Rehabilitation will assist in funding the student’s participation. Please contact your local VR office or speak with your high school counselor to obtain contact information. LEAP is only offered during the regular academic year and only at the main campus of Limestone University in Gaffney, SC.

94% of LEAP students had a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater for the Fall 2018 semester!


LEAP offers a broad spectrum of resources to meet specific needs, including:

  • monitoring student progress
  • scheduled consultations to promote organization and time management skills
  • a 1- credit study strategies course each semester
  • secondary academic advisement with attention to student's specific learning needs
  • workshops on writing, studying, organization, etc.
  • supervised study halls
  • weekly and mid-term progress reports
  • personal test proctors
  • individualized tutoring sessions


Students who are interested in LEAP must follow these steps:

  1. Be admitted to Limestone University either by full/provisional acceptance.
  2. Send a copy of their most recent psychosocial educational report to the Director of LEAP at Limestone University.
  3. Arrange for an on campus interview with the Director of LEAP.


LEAP is a comprehensive service provided for an additional fee. The cost of the program is $2500 per semester.

Jonathan W. Page
Jonathan Page

Accessibility and Learning Specialist

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Limestone University is committed to accessible design for all students in all learning environments. Examples of accommodations for online learners may include, but are not limited to, extended time on tests and/or electronic textbooks. If you find issues with inaccessible content or would like to discuss disability-related accommodations, please contact or call 864-488-8377 for assistance.