Landmark College

19 River Rd South, Putney, VT, 5346

All Landmark College community members are required to self-monitor and report symptoms daily, self-isolate if they exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 or are exposed to an individual who tests positive for COVID-19, and comply with all protocols for testing, face covering, hand washing, and physical distancing. In addition, many staff and faculty members are working remotely on either a full-time or hybrid schedule.

COVID-19 screening tests on 535 students, faculty, and staff members during the week of October 19-25, 2020 were all negative. The college currently has no individuals in isolation or contact quarantine. All students, faculty, and staff who are living or working on campus during the fall semester will comply with routine screenings in mid-November.

Landmark College is dedicated exclusively to students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and autism spectrum disorder. This college does not have a unique program for students with autism spectrum disorder. Rather, it has several support programs as a part of its school that can be utilized by students with autism spectrum disorder.

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Eric Moschella, PhD

Director of Academic Support/Advising


Institution Type

Private, Not-For-Profit, 4-year

Student Population

Undergrads: 502
Total: 540

Faculty : Student Ratio