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As LC welcomes students back to campus this fall, read about our Fall 2020 Return to Campus guidelines.

Shuttle Services & Transportation Options

Shuttle services and transportation options remain limited due to COVID-19 safety requirements.

Please check back regularly for updated information.

Private transport is available for students traveling to airport or train service in Boston and New York City.
Email Susan MacNeil for more information or call 802-387-6779.

2020 Campus Departure: By now, all students should have submitted plans through our online form on how they will travel home between November 18 – 22. As a reminder, Residence Halls close for the semester at noon on Sunday, November 22, 2020.

Spring 2021 Housing: Students who are returning for the Spring 2021 semester may keep belongings in their room during the break but are required to launder bedding and any clothing being left in the room, remove all personal belongings from the restrooms and common spaces, empty and unplug your refrigerator (except for Bridges kitchens), remove trash, organize belongings inside the room and box up anything that is on the floor. Students who would like to request a room change for the Spring 2021 semester should complete the room change application on their Residence Account. Students who are changing rooms need to box all their belongings before departure and speak with their Resident Dean about moving or storing belongings before they leave

Returning to Campus—Spring 2021: The College is planning to have students return to campus in a similar way as they arrived for the fall semester. Students traveling to Vermont with people from multiple households, via bus, rail or commercial airlines, or who cannot effectively complete a quarantine at home should expect to arrive on campus around January 22 – 23 to quarantine on campus.

Students who can travel to campus in a private vehicle without making a prolonged stop (avoid gatherings such as restaurants, limit gas stops, if overnight travel is required—reduce social contacts), can quarantine at home for 14 days and plan to travel to campus between February 4 – 6.

Testing will occur on a student’s day of arrival and again seven days later (Day 0 and Day 7).

Classes are scheduled to begin on Monday, February 8, 2021.

Return to Campus Planning Forms for the Spring will be sent to all students by the end of the fall 2020 semester. Additional return dates may be changed to account for the number of student requests.

Shuttle Services

STUDENTS DEPARTING CAMPUS AT THE END OF THE FALL SEMESTER MAY RESERVE A SHUTTLE SEAT TO BRADLEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN HARTFORD, CT.

AIRPORT SHUTTLE SERVICE IS PROVIDED BY THOMAS TRANSPORTATION, A THIRD-PARTY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

DEPARTURE OCCURS ON EITHER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 OR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21.

ADVANCE RESERVATION IS REQUIRED. CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS THE RESERVATION FORM. Please be sure your pop-up blocker is turned OFF in order to access the reservation form.

Friday, November 20, leaves at 1 p.m.: https://landmarkstudentaffairs.wufoo.com/forms/zj0kus61krc9uo/
**Thomas Transportation Shuttle

Saturday, November 21, Leaves at 8 a.m.: https://landmarkstudentaffairs.wufoo.com/forms/z1n23ixv1ab33yp/
**Thomas Transportation Shuttle

Campus Departure: By now, all students should have submitted plans through our online form on how they will travel home between November 18 – 22.  As a reminder, Residence Halls close for the semester at noon on Sunday, November 22, 2020.

Spring 2021 Housing: Students who are returning for the Spring 2021 semester may keep belongings in their room during the break but are required to launder bedding and any clothing being left in the room, remove all personal belongings from the restrooms and common spaces, empty and unplug your refrigerator (except for Bridges kitchens), remove trash, organize belongings inside the room and box up anything that is on the floor. Students who would like to request a room change for the Spring 2021 semester should complete the room change application on their Residence Account. Students who are changing rooms need to box all their belongings before departure and speak with their Resident Dean about moving or storing belongings before they leave

Returning to Campus—Spring 2021: The College is planning to have students return to campus in a similar way as they arrived for the fall semester.

Students traveling to Vermont with people from multiple households, via bus, rail or commercial airlines, or who cannot effectively complete a quarantine at home should expect to arrive on campus around January 22 – 23 to quarantine on campus

  1. Students who can travel to campus in a private vehicle without making a prolonged stop (avoid gatherings such as restaurants, limit gas stops, if overnight travel is required—reduce social contacts), can quarantine at home for 14 days and plan to travel to campus between February 4 – 6.
  2. Testing will occur on a student’s day of arrival and again seven days later. (Day 0 and Day 7).
  3. Classes are scheduled to begin on Monday, February 8, 2021.
  4. Return to Campus Planning Forms for the Spring will be sent to all students by the end of the fall 2020 semester.  Additional return dates may be changed to account for the number of student requests.

 

Campus Departure: By now, all students should have submitted plans through our online form on how they will travel home between November 18 – 22.  As a reminder, Residence Halls close for the semester at noon on Sunday, November 22, 2020.

Spring 2021 Housing: Students who are returning for the Spring 2021 semester may keep belongings in their room during the break but are required to launder bedding and any clothing being left in the room, remove all personal belongings from the restrooms and common spaces, empty and unplug your refrigerator (except for Bridges kitchens), remove trash, organize belongings inside the room and box up anything that is on the floor. Students who would like to request a room change for the Spring 2021 semester should complete the room change application on their Residence Account. Students who are changing rooms need to box all their belongings before departure and speak with their Resident Dean about moving or storing belongings before they leave

Returning to Campus—Spring 2021: The College is planning to have students return to campus in a similar way as they arrived for the fall semester.

Students traveling to Vermont with people from multiple households, via bus, rail or commercial airlines, or who cannot effectively complete a quarantine at home should expect to arrive on campus around January 22 – 23 to quarantine on campus

  1. Students who can travel to campus in a private vehicle without making a prolonged stop (avoid gatherings such as restaurants, limit gas stops, if overnight travel is required—reduce social contacts), can quarantine at home for 14 days and plan to travel to campus between February 4 – 6.
  2. Testing will occur on a student’s day of arrival and again seven days later. (Day 0 and Day 7).
  3. Classes are scheduled to begin on Monday, February 8, 2021.
  4. Return to Campus Planning Forms for the Spring will be sent to all students by the end of the fall 2020 semester.  Additional return dates may be changed to account for the number of student requests.

AMTRAK SERVICE IN VERMONT REMAINS UNCERTAIN AT THIS TIME.

For details about reduced Amtrak schedules, click here:
https://www.amtrak.com/alert/service-adjustments-due-to-coronavirus.html

Private transport is available for students to travel to approved areas.

Contact Susan MacNeil for more information or call 802-387-6779.

If you need to travel to this area for issues related to medical care, care of others, or medicine, please speak to a Resident Dean, a member of the Health Services staff, or send an email to PublicHealth@landmark.edu. The College will review travel to Cheshire County when the map is updated next Tuesday. If you have other questions, please direct them to PublicHealth@landmark.edu

Off-Campus Travel Guidelines (Updated 10/27/2020)

Effective immediately, off-campus travel for students has been revised to only include travel off-campus to Putney, Brattleboro, and Windham County under the following guidelines:

  • Putney
    • Any location within Putney (except private residences).
  • Brattleboro:
    • Grocery shopping at Hannaford’s on Putney Road in Brattleboro (896 Putney Rd #5, Brattleboro, VT 05301).
    • Walgreen’s Pharmacy on Putney Road (896 Putney Rd Suite 25, Brattleboro, VT 05301).
    • Food from drive-through restaurants, restaurants with curbside pickup/to-go ordering, or outside dining in Brattleboro. No indoor dining in restaurants is permitted.
    • Barbershops and hair salons (students are required to wear masks at all times).
  • Windham County:
    • Any outdoor recreation area in Windham County. Outdoor recreation areas include parks, hiking trails, apple orchards, etc.
    • Windham County includes the towns of Athens, Brattleboro, Brookline, Dover, Dummerston, Grafton, Guilford, Halifax, Jamaica, Londonderry, Marlboro, Newfane, Putney, Rockingham, Somerset, Stratton, Townshend, Vernon, Wardsboro, Westminster, Whitingham, Wilmington, Windham.
  • General Guidance:
    • For students traveling in private vehicles, we recommend (but are not requiring) that no more than three people shall occupy one vehicle. Masks should be worn at all times in vehicles.
    • Students should not plan to meet family or friends off campus who are traveling from outside of Vermont.
    • Students should not visit any private residences.
    • Any time students are off-campus, they must avoid engaging in any activity that would increase the risk of COVID-19 exposure (such as failing to maintain 6-foot physical distancing, not wearing a mask, attending large gatherings or crowds, etc.)

Any off-campus travel beyond what is noted above is currently prohibited unless students receive permission from Student Affairs. If you have a need for off-campus travel beyond what is noted above please email CampusLife@landmark.edu.

Exceptions will only be permitted under emergency circumstances (e.g., a medical emergency or the death of a close family member) and only with prior authorization by Student Affairs. Students must understand that even if approved by the College, travel beyond the areas noted above or outside of Vermont may require them to follow the College’s quarantine and other health and safety requirements upon their return to Vermont.

Contact: Susan MacNeil
Landmark College Shuttle Services
Student Affairs (802) 387-6779

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