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Application Checklist for First-Year Students
Landmark College follows a rolling admissions process.
Use this helpful checklist to ensure that you provide the required information for a complete application.
(Click here for the international student checklist.)
First-year students should submit:
- A completed and signed Application [PDF] -- or apply online with a Universal Application
- $75 application fee, made payable to Landmark College
The fee is required unless you submit a fee waiver request.
- Official high school transcript
Complete through seven semesters, or the semester most recently completed. Transcripts of any summer school or college work must be submitted as well. Your official final transcript is required prior to enrollment. Homeschooled students are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Please submit supporting documentation of curriculum and certification. Note: IEP diplomas are rarely accepted.
- Copy of your G.E.D. (if applicable)
- Psycho-Educational Testing ( tests must have been administered within three years of applying)
A series of standardized tests used to evaluate the cognitive and intellectual abilities of the student. Complete scores, including sub-test, are required to provide a comprehensive understanding of the applicant. Please submit one of the following:
- Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale III (WAIS III)
- Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC)
- Woodcock Johnson Cognitive Test (WJ Cog)
Provides a three-dimensional picture of the applicant's reading abilities, measuring vocabulary development, reading comprehension, and reading rate. Please submit one of the following:
- Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT)
- Woodcock Johnson Achievement Test (WJ Ach)
- Nelson Denny Reading Test
- Gray Oral Reading Test (GORT)
- Diagnosis of a learning disability, ADHD, or ASD
Current diagnosis by a professional is a requirement for admission to Landmark College.
- Instructor recommendation(s)
This should be completed by a teacher or professor in an academic subject who knows you well. You may submit additional recommendations.
- Personal statement
- SAT/ACT scores - optional
FINANCIAL AID DEADLINES
The priority financial aid deadline for completed applications is March 30. To be considered for financial aid at Landmark College, you must submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Completed materials should be submitted to:
Office of Admissions
19 River Road South
Putney, VT 05346