Colleges & Universities Attended by Landmark College Graduates
There are several important advantages for students who complete an associate degree at Landmark.
Research tells us that between 75% and 80% of students who earn an associate degree at a two-year institution go on to complete their bachelor's degree at another college.
The short story is that transfer students are more likely to finish an undergraduate degree if they complete an associate degree. Students holding an associate degree are also more attractive candidates in the admission pool at the colleges & universities to which they are applying to transfer. Students who finish their associate degree at Landmark College are often considered to have completed the general education requirements at the next college or university. So students transferring into four-year colleges and universities with an associate degree are more likely to have a chance to start serious upper-division work in a specific major.
Finishing the program at Landmark also makes several important statements about the individual student: s/he is able to do serious work, to complete a full program of study and s/he can demonstrate competence in a number of academic areas.
Some more competitive colleges will only consider applicants who have completed the two-year degree. Additionally, for some students, graduating from Landmark College puts earlier academic difficulties (at a prior college or in high school) into perspective and helps applicants earn acceptance into the college or university of their choice.
Landmark students who completed their associate degree in 2012 attended the following colleges and universities:
American International College
Art Institute of California -- Orange County
Brooklyn College of the CUNY
Fitchburg State University
Florida Gulf Coast University
Green Mountain College
Johnson & Wales University
Johnson State College
Keene State College
Maine Media College
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
New England College
New England School of Communications
New York University
Ringling College of Art and Design
Santa Barbara City College
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Southern Oregon University
St. Bonaventure University
University of Arizona
University of Connecticut
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
University of Denver
University of Maine
University of New England
University of St. Thomas
University of Vermont