Programs for Visiting College Students
These programs are for students who have graduated from high school, and are either a current college student or have taken college courses since high school graduation.
Summer Session for Visiting College Students: 35 Days to a New Way of Learning
Are you a bright and talented college student with a learning disability, ADHD or ASD? Do you study and work hard—but your grades do not show it? Do you find yourself falling further and further behind?
Our summer program features morning and afternoon classes along with plenty of opportunities for fun activities, sports, recreation and exploration of Vermont's beautiful countryside. You will immerse yourself in an entirely new living and learning experience, joining a college community unlike any other you have ever experienced.
- Choosing Your Courses
- Course Descriptions
- Application, Cost & Financial Aid
- Print Brochure (PDF, 1.2 MB)
- Orientation & Enrollment Forms
Credit-Only Options for College Students
Landmark College's Summer I and January Term offer a "credit only" option for students from other colleges and universities who want to catch up or get ahead in their studies. Upcoming dates are as follow:
2013 Summer I: Sunday, June 2 to Saturday, July 6, 2013
Click here to download an application for our 2013 Summer I Program, which includes courses, descriptions and tuition information.
2013 January Term: January 6 –24, 2013
Click here to download an application for our 2013 January Term, which includes courses, descriptions and tuition information.
These short-term programs are open to college students seeking to fulfill elective courses, but they do not include the level of intensive support services and learning strategies offered in Landmark College's regular semester programs and specialized summer sessions.
NOTE: If you are a student who learns differently, contact the Office of Admissions to determine if participation is appropriate for your needs.
Prior to registering for classes, visiting students should consult with their academic advisor at their home college or university to ensure the classes they choose meet appropriate graduation requirements.