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

10-Week Program

Every summer, Landmark College offers programming to help students maintain the learning momentum they established during the academic year. Now, LC is expanding programming to include a new online opportunity!

Are you a current college student looking to earn credits toward graduation? Are you a high school or Year-13/Gap Year student looking to earn college credit? This summer we are providing a unique, 10-week online opportunity where you can:

  • Enroll in one or two academic courses
  • Focus on fewer courses for a shorter period of time
  • Graduate sooner or get back on track

Dates: Monday, June 14 – Friday, August 20, 2021

2020 Cost:
1 course $3,600
2 courses $7,200

2021 Course Options and Descriptions Coming Soon:
Prerequisites may apply and your choice may be subject to approval. We strive to provide you with the courses you choose. However, enrollment is limited to 15 students per class to ensure a highly personalized learning experience. For this reason, classes are assigned on a first come, first-served basis, based on date of deposit.
All colleges don’t accept all transfer credits. Current college students intending to transfer credits back to their home institution are encouraged to identify the most suitable course with their home institution.

Current LC students should contact their online advisor to help with selecting the summer courses right for you. Online registration for summer courses now available.

Questions about academic courses should be directed to and questions about co-curricular and social experiences to

Students will be provided online advisors: high school students and visiting college students will work with an online advisor dedicated to their needs. These experienced advisors will provide a checklist survey during orientation to the course that will help determine the student’s familiarity with online learning, their perspective on their own learning style and needs, and anticipated academic supports. In addition, supplemental academic support in the areas of reading, writing, study skills, and math will be available.

  • Students will meet weekly with their advisor. The advisor provides nondirective coaching and helps support the student’s self-understanding and self-advocacy.
  • Students will participate in their course(s) on a daily basis. Activities and assignments will include participation in discussion boards, responding to peers, accessing video and/or audio files, generating papers, or completing other assignments based on the disciplinary focus.
  • Courses will be primarily asynchronous with optional group meetings for direct instruction or discussion of course content.
  • Faculty will provide twice weekly Q&A sessions to the class and will be available for individual consultation through video chat or email.
  • Students will receive regular updates from their faculty throughout the course through our Student Central platform

Details coming soon!

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