Expected Completion Schedule
It is the policy of Landmark College that students enrolled in non-credit courses are expected to be enrolled in and successfully complete at least three courses each semester.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA of 1990) mandate that reasonable accommodations be made for individuals with learning disabilities, including extending time limits for completion of academic requirements. However, students at Landmark can be expected to make satisfactory progress toward completion of the program within a specific time frame.
Therefore, it is the policy of Landmark College that students enrolled in non-credit courses are expected to be enrolled in and successfully complete at least three courses each semester, progress through any given level of the curriculum within two semesters and a summer term, and be enrolled in a full-credit course load after two years. Students who require an additional semester at the non-credit level may appeal to the Academic Dean for a waiver. The maximum time a student may spend in non-credit courses is three years. Students enrolled full-time in credit courses are expected to be enrolled in, and successfully complete, at least three courses (or nine credit hours) each semester, and to complete all of the requirements for the Associate Degree within three years (six semesters and one summer term).
Students who may be making progress but who are unable to complete the program requirements within the expected time allotment may request an extension from the Academic Dean. Such students must produce documentation of progress and propose in writing a time frame and schedule for completion of the requirements.
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