Landmark College encourages students to make decisions and choices that have a positive impact on themselves and their community. The Student Handbook is your guide to all of the College’s rules, regulations, and policies that govern our community.
Landmark College is a unique community of students, faculty, and staff, each committed to fostering both the skills and enthusiasm necessary for personal growth and continuing education. The specific policies and procedures contained in this Student Handbook and other policies on this page originate from the basic concept of recognizing each person as an individual worthy of respect, trust, dignity, and fair treatment. All students who have enrolled at Landmark College agree to abide by these policies and procedures that are intended to promote mutual respect, safety, ethical awareness, and a congenial environment conducive to effective living and learning.
Addendums and Changes Between Publications
The Student Handbook is published by Landmark College at the beginning of each academic year. The College reserves the right to add, modify, or amend any part of this handbook between publication dates. The College will inform students, faculty, and staff through various means when any changes to this handbook are made. These changes will supersede any previously published policies on the same topic.
View the complete version of policies & reports here:
- 2021 – 2022 Landmark College Student Handbook
- 2021 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report (includes statistics for calendar years 2018 – 2020)
- 2021 – 2022 Drug-Free Schools & Campuses Act Notification
- Biennial Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Review
Title IX Policy, Processes, and Procedures
- Making a Report
- If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, contact Campus Safety at (802) 387-6899 (on-campus extension 6899).
- Use the Student Title IX Reporting Form to report an incident of sexual assault, interpersonal violence (including domestic and dating violence), stalking, sexual harassment, or other forms of sexual misconduct) OR for reporting a violation of a No Contact Order issued as part of a Title IX process. This form can be completed by any person and may be submitted anonymously. Anonymous reports may limit the response the College is able to provide.
- You can also file a report directly with a member of the Residential Life, Campus Safety, or Health / Counseling team.
- (for incidents that occur prior to August 14, 2020).