CASTLETON— Castleton University and Landmark College, a private institution located in Putney, Vt., have formed a collaborative agreement creating a pathway for degree completion. The agreement makes the transition for graduates of Landmark College to Castleton seamless and affordable.
“As we seek to be innovative and collaborative in our growth, agreements like these are essential,” said Castleton President, Dr. Karen M. Scolforo.
The agreement guarantees admission to all Landmark College students who graduate with an associate’s degree and who have achieved a 3.0 grade point average. Qualifying students will also receive the Castleton Maple Award, which reduces out-of-state tuition to Vermont resident tuition pricing.
Landmark College is a fully accredited, not-for-profit institution exclusively for students who learn differently, including students with a learning disability, ADHD, or autism spectrum disorder. The college offers two- and four-year programs in the liberal arts and sciences. In addition, the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training conducts groundbreaking research on learning disabilities, and shares that knowledge with educators around the world. Castleton will begin this program immediately and has already begun accepting applications.