International Students


Landmark College is known throughout the world as the first college to exclusively serve students with learning disabilities (such as dyslexia), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Because of the College's innovative education model, 6-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio, and extensive services and resources, Landmark students do far more than earn college credit. They become confident, independent learners prepared to succeed anywhere. Landmark College offers two- and four-year degrees. Nine out of 10 of students who earn an associate degree go on to earn a bachelor's from Landmark or another college or university. 

As an English-speaking community, we require English proficiency for participation in our program. Recently we have had students from Brazil, Venezuela, Canada, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, India, Philippines, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Russian Federation, and Cayman Islands. 

Checklist of required application documents [PDF]

Admission application [PDF]

Completed applications and required documents should be returned via: (recommended)
Fax: 802-387-6868
19 River Road South
Putney, VT 05346

For questions about the admission process, please contact:

Carol Behn
Associate 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
Vice President for Student Affairs
Phone: 802-387-6713
Fax: 802-387-6703