Hello my friends and fellow alumni,Chelsea Eubank

Welcome to the Beacon College Alumni page!  My name is Chelsea Eubank. I graduated from Beacon College in May 2010 and am delighted to be your Director of Alumni Relations. In my role I serve as a link between the Beacon College Alumni and the College, to coordinate alumni events, encourage communication among alumni, and propose programs that support the educational/career objectives of Beacon College graduates.

This is an exciting time for all of us. Beacon College is indeed on the move. We have the largest enrollment in the history of the College, we are expanding our facilities footprint, initiating new academic programs, and reaching out to an international audience.

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Alumni News

2016 Alumni Reunion Video

Alumni Reunion 2016 Video

Relive the magic of Beacon College Alumni Reunion 2016, even if you weren’t able to attend the event, in this video presentation.

Alumni Reunion Speaker Shares How He Slays the Giants of Dyslexia, Discouragement

John Crossman, president of the real estate management company Crossman & Co., spoke during Alumni Reunion weekend at Beacon College — the first higher education institution accredited to award bachelor’s degrees exclusively to students with learning disabilities, ADHD and other learning differences — about how coming to terms with his dyslexia made him stronger and […]

Alumni Reunion Reunites, Strengthens Beacon Bonds

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  Beacon College welcomed home a larger wave of its own April 9 during the Second Annual Alumni Reunion. Forty alumni — nearly doubling the inaugural event — enjoyed the two-day festivities that opened with a social event Friday night at the Via Port entertainment center in Leesburg and continued with get-togethers, speeches and enrichment […]

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Alumni Updates

Caroline Dunn (2011)


“Since graduating I’ve moved back to Connecticut where I was born and raised. I work for a not for profit organization called Horizons Inc. We help developmentally disabled individuals in the community with job skills and living a fulfilling life. It’s so rewarding and I’m so glad to be part of such a great place.”

Rebecca Rasmussen (2014)

“Since I have graduated Beacon I still reside in Leesburg living with my fiancé and loving every minute of it. I am a business owner now too. I have started my own independent graphic design business called Becca Graphics. I am also working with Beacon College as a private tutor for their CIS web and […]

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Alumni Spotlight

Rosalyn Johnson

Rosalyn Johnson

Rosalyn Johnson, Class of 2009, not only has a busy schedule with academic and professional obligations, she has also been committed to strengthening alumni relations with the College. Rosalyn believes it is important that alumni continue to act as faces and voices for Beacon, shattering misconceptions and showing the community that students with learning disabilities can excel academically and professionally. This commitment has been noticed even by other alums, as is evidenced by the fact that Rosalyn was nominated by a fellow alum to become a member of the first Alumni Council. Elected Secretary, Rosalyn will have a major role in establishing the Council and laying the foundation for alumni relations for years to come.

Originally from Pennsylvania, Rosalyn enrolled at Beacon as a freshman and chose Human Services as her major because of a desire to embark on a career in counseling. The idea of working with children and families appealed to her, and that is the area she has since specialized in, having worked at LifeStream in Leesburg as the Children’s Clinical On-Site Therapist since 2011.

As a student at Beacon, Rosalyn was involved with Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society, president of the campus sorority, a member of Psi Tau Omega, and a participant in the African American Cultural Club, which sponsored a popular annual gala at Venetian Gardens as well as Black History Month activities. She has fond memories of visiting Orlando frequently as a student, going to the clubs and theme parks with friends and participating in the College trips. She calls Beacon a “special place” with a good community feel.