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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.
If you participate in Summer Term, you can...
- Earn 8 or 9 credits each session
- Focus on fewer courses for a shorter period of time
- Graduate sooner.
- Save some money and...
- ...enjoy Vermont in the summer!
- Summer in Vermont is all about our natural surroundings, experiencing unique artists and musicians, and our famous landscape.
- After class and on the weekends there will be plenty of chances to hang out with your friends—or make new ones—through the programs and activities we offer.
- On campus you'll find recreational sports and activities, social programs like bonfires, movies and coffeehouses, and some programs that help you work 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.
Visiting Students: Download our 2013 Summer I Application for Admission [PDF], which includes courses, descriptions and tuition information.
Course Offerings & Descriptions
Summer Term Course offerings span a wide range of content to support visiting and current Landmark College students’ interests and learning style preferences. To find out more about summer offerings at Landmark College, contact your academic advisor or explore Summer Session I and Summer Session II.
June 2 - July 6, 2013
Courses run Monday - Friday
Morning Sessions: 9 - 11:30 a.m.
Afternoon Sessions: 1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Students may choose one or two courses from the following:
- BU1112: Introduction to Accounting II
- BU2511: Introduction to Marketing
- CO1011: Introduction to Communication
- EN1021: Research and Analysis
- HU1012: Humanities II - Renaissance to Present
- MA1311: Mathematical Ideas
- NS1701: Principles of Biology I
- NS2051: Aquatic Biology
Additionally students may choose one of the following one credit courses listed below:
AT2900: Individual Projects in Studio Art
Tom Kosiba (By permission of instructor and AT Department Chair)
PE 1010: Yoga
Cyndy Gray-: Tues../Thurs. 4:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
PE 1410: Walking for Health
Ellen Wood: Mon../Wed.. 4:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
PE 1180: Fencing
Erik Schmitt: Tues./Thurs. 7-8:30 p.m
July 6 - August 10, 2013
Courses run Monday - Friday
Morning Sessions: 9 – 11:30 a.m.
Afternoon Sessions: 1:30 – 4:00 p.m.
Landmark students may choose one or two courses from the following:
Visiting students may only enroll in one of the following:
- AT1221: Ceramics I
- BU2011: Effective Business Communication *
- EN1061: Creative Writing
- EN2101: Science Fiction *
- FY1011: TBA (Only Open To Enrolled Landmark College Students)
- HU2021 Ethics *
- MA1421: Statistics *
- MA2701: Introduction to Calculus *
- NS1021: Introduction to Biology: Organisms & Environment
- SL1011: Elementary American Sign Language I
*=Pre-requisite required (see course description for details)
All students may choose one courses from the following:
- PE1010 A: Yoga: Kristin Cassidy: M/W 4:15 - 5:30
- PE1010 B: Yoga: Kristin Cassidy: M/W 5:45 - 7 pm
- PE1180 A: Fencing: Eric Schmitt: T/TH 5:15 - 5:30
- PE1180 B: Fencing: Eric Schmitt: T/TH 5:45 - 7 pm
- PE1040: Karate: Cyndy Gray: W/TH 4:15 - 5:30
- PE1110: Golf Skills: Mark Higgins: M/W 5:30 - 7:30
Summer Session I: June 2- July 6, 2013
- $4,000 Tuition for 1st Course
- $2,200 Tuition for 2nd Course
- $200 Tuition for 1st PE Course
- $200 Tuition for 2nd PE Course
- $6,600 Total Tuition
- $800 Room
- $800 Board
- $8,200 Total Tuition, Room & Board