Office of the President

We invest in our campus, and we invest in our students.

As I write this letter, Landmark College has the highest enrollment in our history. We are now a more career-focused liberal arts institution, offering both two- and four-year degrees. Students pursuing our associate degrees persist to graduation at rates higher than the national average for two-year institutions, and our students ultimately earn baccalaureate degrees at rates above the national averages not only for students with LD, but for all college students. 

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Dr. Eden at the groundbreaking for the Nicole Goodner MacFarlane Science, Technology & Innovation Center

These are just some of the tangible outcomes of a Landmark College education. The intangibles offered by our unique learning environment are too numerous to mention. Landmark College not only provides skills and strategies leading to success, we also foster a sense of understanding, respect, and tolerance, qualities that are desperately needed in today's world. We give our students the confidence they need to succeed. In order to build these qualities, we provide tremendous resources to our students. And we continue to focus on safety and security, so that students can gain experiences in an environment that looks out for them.

Our science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs are increasingly strong, and our B.A. in Liberal Studies has proven very popular. We are now developing proposals for a B.A. in Studio Art and a B.S. in Computer Science; we hope to gain full approval for these program and launch them in Fall 2015.

Construction has started on our $10 million, 29,000-square-foot Nicole Goodner MacFarlane Science, Technology & Innovation Center. Scheduled for completion in August 2015, this facility will house our STEM programs and will be home to the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT). LCIRT conducts research and development in the field of LD alongside our faculty, staff, and students. The College recently received about $750,000 in funding from the National Science Foundation to support several LCIRT-led projects. 

We continue to develop expertise in online programming for students with LD, and for educators and professionals in the field of LD. Many of these efforts intersect with the research we are conducting to determine how the brain works for an individual who learns differently, and with the projects which will provide insight into best practices for the educator in a variety of disciplines.

There is real value in a Landmark College education. The best way to appreciate this opportunity is to visit us on our beautiful campus in Vermont. You will witness our methods, our approaches, our students as they gain more strengths every single day. I look forward to meeting you!

Sincerely,

Peter Eden, Ph.D.
Landmark College President

Contact the President's Office:

Peter A. Eden, Ph.D.

Office of the President
Landmark College
19 River Road South
Putney, Vermont  05346
802.387.6725
Fax: 802.387.6878
president@landmark.edu

Tiffany Kerylow

Executive Assistant to the President
Office of the President
Landmark College
802.387.6725
tiffanykerylow@landmark.edu

Carol Nardino

Assistant to the President for Special Projects
Office of the President
Landmark College
802.387.6877
cnardino@landmark.edu