International Students

Welcome, International Students

As the first college in the world exclusively for students with learning difficulties, our aim is to improve the experience of students who learn differently regardless of their nationality. In this spirit, Landmark College welcomes international students to its programs. We currently have students from North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and have recently had students from Africa. Our graduates go on to inform and improve the many and varied programs they attend after Landmark, and our hope is that they will become leaders in a new understanding of learning difficulties in what ever community they eventually settle.

English as A Second Language

As an English-speaking community, English proficiency is required for participation in our program. We require the TOEFL with a minimum score of 525 (paper) or 71 (internet). The TOEFL code for Landmark college is 1537. We do understand that students with language-based learning disabilities may not easily pass the TOEFL, despite having strong English speaking and comprehension skills.

Admission requirements and application

For questions about the admission process, please contact:

Carol Behn
Assistant Director of Admissions

After You Have Been Admitted

Once you have been admitted, go to our Campus Life pages for the forms and information needed to help you navigate the U.S. immigration system and obtain a U.S. visa stamp (or transfer your visa status to Landmark College if you are already in the U.S.).

We look forward to meeting you once you reach our campus.

For questions about your F-1 visa, I-20 and SEVIS record, please contact:

Michael Luciani
Dean of Students
phone: 802.387.6713
fax: 802.387.6703