See College Bulletin for full listing of Landmark policies.
Academic Dishonesty and Plagiarism
As an academic community, Landmark strives to instill and foster intellectual honesty and integrity. Academic dishonesty includes but is not limited to inappropriate giving or receiving of aid during tests, and plagiarism. Read more.
These policy statements outline the steps leading to Academic Probation, which that may result in suspension from the College. The policy applies to students who attempt nine or more credits in a given semester at Landmark College. Read more.
These categories represent the Landmark College policy regarding Academic Standing definitions: Dean's List, Good Standing, Academic Probation, Suspension. Read more.
Students are expected to attend all classes. Furthermore, any student who accumulates a substantial number of absences from any class, and whose performance is negatively affected by these absences, may be withdrawn from the class at the discretion of the instructor, and in accordance with established guidelines and procedures. Read more.
Appeal of Final Grades for Individual Courses
A student may appeal a final grade in a course under specific conditions. Read more.
It is the policy of Landmark College to require attendance in all classes to ensure intensive and consistent instruction. In addition, because classes are small, the absence of one or more students may affect the learning of the entire class. Students who miss classes may be subject to academic disciplinary action as described in the Administrative Withdrawal Policy and the Student Handbook (PDF).
Class Cancelation Policy
Official notice of class cancelations and faculty absences is generally posted at 7:30 a.m. each day during the academic year on the College’s intranet and also the door of the College’s Business Office. Please use this link to access information about daily cancelations and faculty absences: daily cancelations and faculty absences.
It is the intent of Landmark College that all members of the College community adhere to the provisions of the United States Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code, Sect. 101, et seq). Members of the College community who willfully disregard the copyright policy do so at their own risk and assume all liability. Read more.
Number of courses expected per student for each semester. Read more.
Grades and Reports
Only letter grades may be entered: A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, D-, or F, except for specific situations. Read more.
Placement and First-Year Points of Entry
Upon acceptance to Landmark College, students place into one of four Points of Entry. Read more.
Independent Study Policy
Independent study is defined as individual academic work in a discipline, such as reading, writing, creative arts, experimental research, or scientific study, under the direct sponsorship of a qualified faculty member. Read more.
System of warning notices using ISIS Read more.
Withdrawing from a Course
To withdraw from a course, the student’s advisor must sign a completed Drop/Add/Withdrawal form. The appropriate department chair must approve the form. A grade of W, WP, or WF must be specified on the form. Read more.
Withdrawal from the College
A student may withdraw from the College until 5 p.m. on the last day of classes. Upon withdrawing, a “W” symbol will appear in the grade column on a student’s transcript for all courses still in session on the effective date of withdrawal. Read more.
Students who have been away from the College for part of a semester or longer should use the following process to re-enroll for a future semester. Students who have been away from the College for more than two (2) years (four full semesters) must re-apply to the College through the Admissions Office. Read more.
Questions? Contact us for more information!
Jill Hinckley, M.A.T./English
Assistant Dean of Academics
Dr. Adrienne Major