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We also offer Summer Programs for middle school, high school, and college students.

Deadlines and Requirements

Landmark College follows a rolling admissions process. To help you through this process, we’ve prepared checklists for each type of application (see tabs below).

Financial Aid

Financial aid is awarded on a rolling basis. To be considered for financial aid at Landmark College, you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

We encourage families interested in receiving financial assistance to complete the financial aid process, in addition to your application, as soon as possible.

Send completed application materials to:
Office of Admissions
Landmark College
19 River Road South
Putney, VT 05346

Questions?
802-387-6718
admissions@landmark.edu

Application Checklists

First-year students should submit:

  • A completed Application for Admission
  • $75 application fee made payable to Landmark College
  • An official high school transcript with documentation of a standard diploma or GED. College transcripts for transfer applicants. Homeschooled students should submit supporting documentation of curriculum and certification. Note: IEP diplomas are rarely accepted.
  • A diagnosis of a learning disability, ADHD, or autism should be provided by a professional
    • Diagnosis alternative: If you do not have a diagnosis, or have never been diagnosed with a learning or attention challenge, please submit a response to the following statement: “Please describe your history of academic challenges and identify the support services you have used/received to manage these struggles.”
  • Testing: A recent psycho-educational evaluation (within 3 years from current date) that provides evidence of a learning disability, ADHD, autism, or other academic-based challenge and struggles. Testing should include both cognitive and achievement scores.
    • Testing alternative: If you do not have testing documentation, please submit a response to the following statement: “Please describe your history of academic challenges and identify the support services you have used/received to manage these struggles.”
  • Personal interview: On-campus, telephone, or online interviews can be arranged for prospective students
  • Instructor or counselor recommendation (1 or more)
  • Personal statement (optional)
  • SAT/ACT scores (optional)
  • Additional: Other documentation or clarification may be requested when necessary

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, the Philippines, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the Russian Federation, and the Cayman Islands.

International students should submit:

  • A completed Application for Admission
  • $75 application fee made payable to Landmark College
  • An official high school transcript with documentation of a standard diploma or GED. College transcripts for transfer applicants.
  • A diagnosis of a learning disability, ADHD, or autism should be provided by a professional
    • Diagnosis alternative: If you do not have a diagnosis, or have never been diagnosed with a learning or attention challenge, please submit a response to the following statement: “Please describe your history of academic challenges and identify the support services you have used/received to manage these struggles.”
  • Testing: A recent psycho-educational evaluation (within 3 years from current date) that provides evidence of a learning disability, ADHD, autism, or other academic-based challenge and struggles. Testing should include both cognitive and achievement scores
    • Testing alternative: If you do not have testing documentation, please submit a response to the following statement: “Please describe your history of academic challenges and identify the support services you have used/received to manage these struggles.”
  • Personal interview: On-campus, telephone, or online interviews can be arranged for prospective students
  • Instructor or counselor recommendation (1 or more)
  • Personal statement (optional)
  • SAT/ACT scores (optional)
  • Proof of English proficiency
    English proficiency is required for participation in our program. Applicants for whom English is not their first language must submit one of the following:
    • TOEFL — Minimum score of 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based), or 80 (internet-based). The TOEFL code for Landmark College is 1537.
    • IELT — Minimum score of 6.5.
    NOTE: If applicant’s academic program is taught in English, the English proficiency test may be waived.
  • Declaration and Certification of Financial Support AND Account Verification Forms [PDF]
    These forms certify you have adequate financial resources to pay at least one year of study at the College.
  • Additional: Other documentation or clarification may be requested when necessary.

Transfer students should submit:

  • A completed Application for Admission
  • $75 application fee made payable to Landmark College
  • An official high school transcript with documentation of a standard diploma or GED. College transcripts for transfer applicants. Homeschooled students should submit supporting documentation of curriculum and certification. Note: IEP diplomas are rarely accepted.
  • A diagnosis of a learning disability, ADHD, or autism should be provided by a professional
    • Diagnosis alternative: If you do not have a diagnosis, or have never been diagnosed with a learning or attention challenge, please submit a response to the following statement: “Please describe your history of academic challenges and identify the support services you have used/received to manage these struggles.”
  • Testing: A recent psycho-educational evaluation (within 3 years from current date) that provides evidence of a learning disability, ADHD, autism, or other academic-based challenge and struggles. Testing should include both cognitive and achievement scores.
    • Testing alternative: If you do not have testing documentation, please submit a response to the following statement: “Please describe your history of academic challenges and identify the support services you have used/received to manage these struggles.”
  • Personal interview: On-campus, telephone, or online interviews can be arranged for prospective students
  • Instructor or counselor recommendation (1 or more)
  • Personal statement (optional)
  • SAT/ACT scores (optional)
  • Additional: Other documentation or clarification may be requested when necessary

Former Landmark College students should submit:

Very often, students who have left the College before graduating (either with an associate or a bachelor’s degree) decide they need to return — for a class in the summer, for a semester, or to complete their degree. Re-enrollment requirements depend, to some extent, on the circumstances of the departure.

Students who have been away from the College for part of a semester or longer will work through the Office of Admissions (not their former academic advisor or any other office) and should use the following process to request re-enrollment for a future semester:

  • In the time when a student who has withdrawn or has been suspended is away from Landmark College, it is expected that he or she has been constructively occupied and has maintained a satisfactory standard of conduct.
  • In all cases, re-enrollment will require a personal statement outlining why the student is requesting re-enrollment to the College and how the student has occupied his or her time while away from campus. Students should also include transcripts from any educational institution they attended while they were away from Landmark College.
  • Please note other factors that will be taken into consideration in the re-enrollment process:
    • Students who left in poor academic standing may be placed on Academic Probation for a period of at least one semester.
    • Students who withdrew for medical reasons or for reasons of safety must obtain a recommendation from a clinical practitioner who is qualified to assess the student’s current state of physical and/or mental health and can state that the student is ready to re-engage in a residential college and the rigors of a course of academic study.
    • Students who were suspended from the College must provide all documentation required in their letter of suspension from the College.
    • Students who left with pending disciplinary charges will be required to address those matters with the student conduct office before re-enrollment can be completed.

While the majority of students who apply for re-enrollment do return to Landmark College, re-enrollment is not guaranteed to any applicant. The College seeks to re-enroll only those students who have demonstrated an ability to remain in good academic standing and citizenship, and who are likely to persist to the completion of the degree requirements. Therefore, the College may sometimes advise an applicant to defer his or her return until a time later than the one originally proposed.

To initiate the re-enrollment process, a student should complete the Online Re-Enrollment Request form. Once received, the request will be reviewed by the College. In most cases, a response will be provided within 10 days. Any further questions about re-enrollment to the College should be directed to:

Jennifer DuFault
Assistant Director of Enrollment Services
802-387-7116
jenniferdufault@landmark.edu

The Homeschooled Admissions Policy is a system designed to assist homeschooled students in the admissions process and to allow Landmark College to make informed decisions on each homeschooled applicant.

Landmark College is a private, homeschool-friendly college for students who learn differently. We understand there are several paths a homeschooled student may follow in order to receive their high school education, paths which may differ from state to state as well as from district to district.

Diploma-Granting Organizations

If you are completing your homeschool education under the umbrella of a diploma-granting organization, you will need to provide evidence of coursework completed, level of performance (grades), and a copy of the diploma.

GED or HSED

If you have received a GED or HSED following an approved curriculum endorsed by your local school committee or superintendent, you will need to provide your GED/HSED and your school committee/superintendent-approved academic plan (if any).

Homeschooled students should also 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.)
  • Psycho-Educational Testing (tests must have been administered within three years of applying)
    • Cognitive testing: A series of standardized tests used to evaluate the cognitive and intellectual abilities of the student. Complete scores, including sub-tests, are required to provide a comprehensive understanding of the applicant. Please submit one of the following:
      • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS)
      • Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC)
      • Woodcock Johnson Cognitive Test (WJ Cog)
    • Reading achievement testing
      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 autism
    Current diagnosis by a professional is a requirement for admission to Landmark College. (Students who do not have a current diagnosis are encouraged to contact the Office of Admissions to discuss their individual situation/circumstances.)

Portfolios

In the absence of official transcript information from a diploma-granting organization or from the approving school district, GED/HSED, and statistical information, the admissions office has a difficult task assessing your educational preparedness for college level entrance. To help evaluate your academic readiness, we require a portfolio of your work that is indicative of your academic achievement be submitted.

The portfolio may include:

  • Coursework or grades from classes taken from educational institutions
  • AP tests
  • Achievement test
  • Recommendations from qualified tutors or teachers
  • Work examples:
    • Independent research projects
    • Writing samples: research papers, reports, essays, or other writing examples
    • Evidence of completed units in history, math, science, and other academic subject areas
    • Descriptions of books and other curricular materials used in your high school-level education experience
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