Summer Credit Program

Landmark College offers Summer Terms to help college students maintain the learning momentum they established during the traditional semester and to give students a chance to earn credits toward graduation.

When you participate in Summer Term, you can:

  • Enroll in one or two academic courses
  • Choose a one-credit physical education course
  • Focus on fewer courses for a shorter period of time
  • Graduate sooner
  • Save some money
  • Enjoy Vermont in the summer!

After class and on the weekends there will be plenty of chances to hang out with your friends—and make new ones—through the programs and activities we offer.

On campus, you'll find recreational sports and activities; social fun like bonfires, movies and coffeehouses; and programs that help you perform better in your courses.

Off campus, you will have the chance to go rafting, kayaking, or travel to Six Flags or Boston.

Current Students: Make an appointment with your Advisor to select and register for summer courses. Course registration for on campus summer credit courses opens April 13, 2015.

For information on the Visiting Students Program, click here.

For information on Study Abroad opportunities, click here.

Internships: Landmark College offers matriculated students the opportunity to earn internship credits both locally and from home during the summer. Students should follow the guidelines for submitting a proposal for a credit-bearing internship, but should always meet with the team in Career and Transfer Services first to initiate the process. Approved credit-bearing internships during the summer months are advised by the Associate Academic Dean, Jill Hinckley. Students should make sure to submit proposals for internships by April 15, 2016.

Limited campus housing will be available for students who are interning locally during the summer on-campus credit sessions for the following dates:

  • May 22 - June 25, 2016
  • June 26 - July 30, 2016

Landmark College students who are engaged in local internships during the summer and who are interested in securing on-campus housing should contact Sean O'Reilly, Director of Residential Life, by April 5, 2016.

Summer Credit Session I

On Campus: May 23 – June 24, 2016

3-credit courses run Monday - Friday
Morning Sessions: 9 - 11:30 a.m.*
Afternoon Sessions: 1:30 - 4:00 p.m.*
*4-credit Science courses meet 9-12 or 1-4.

Students may choose one or two from the following:
(Subject to change.)

  • AT1311/AT2311 Black and White Photography I and II
  • BU1211 Personal Finance
  • CO1011 Introduction to Communication
  • CO2071 Professional Presentations
  • MA1311 Mathematical Ideas
  • HU1012 Humanities II
  • HU3521 Nature and Culture
  • NS2051 Aquatic Ecology and Pollution
  • SL1011 Elementary American Sign Language I 

Students may also choose a single one-credit Physical Education course.  2016 PE courses to be announced soon!

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Summer Credit Session II

On Campus: June 27 – July 29, 2016

3-credit courses run Monday - Friday
Morning Sessions: 9 - 11:30 a.m.*
Afternoon Sessions: 1:30 - 4:00 p.m.*
*4-credit Science courses meet 9-12 or 1-4

Students may choose one or two credit courses:

  • AT1611 Acting I
  • CO2066/CO2166 Journalism in the Digital Age I and II
  • EN3012 Studies in the Novel:  Jane Austen in Print and Film
  • HU2011 Western World Views
  • MA1421 Statistics
  • NS1011 Introduction to Biology: Cells and Organisms*

Additionally, students may choose one physical education course:

  • PE1130 Hiking
  • PE1010 Vinyasa Yoga
  • PE1540 Level 1 Japanese Long Sword
  • PE1590 Gentle Flow Yoga

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Cost & Financial Aid

Summer Session I: June 1 - July 2, 2015
Summer Session II: July 6 - August 7, 2015

  • $4,200 Tuition for 1st Course
  • $2,300 Tuition for 2nd Course
  • Optional $250 Tuition for PE Course
  • $850 Room
  • $250 Optional Single Occupancy Fee ($50.00 per week)
  • $850 Board

Financial Aid is available. Please contact the Financial Aid Office at 802-387-6718.

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