- Listing Type: Summer Programs
- Program Delivery: Residential
- Provided By: College
- Session Start: July
- Session Length: Five Weeks
- Entering Grade: PG
- Gender: Coed
- Category: Academic
- Sub-Categories: Humanities
- Selective: No
- Ages: 18, 19+, 19
- Minimum Cost: > $3,000
- Credit Awarded: No
Landmark college emphasizes the importance of wellness as part of our holistic approach to education. The Summer Bridge Program is an opportunity for students to deepen their understanding of the concept and to begin to practice it as a part of their experience here. It is a concept that they will encounter in the classroom and in events and activities during the program.
Are you a bright and talented college student who is struggling to realize your full potential? Do you study and work hard—but your grades do not show it? Do you find yourself falling farther and farther behind?
Students who struggle with social anxiety and have difficulty making friends have the option of participating in social support activities, including social pragmatic workshops and student affairs events. Resident assistants are available as peer mentors to provide information about activities and to help students feel connected to the Landmark College community.
The Summer Bridge Experience is designed for college students who are struggling to find solid academic success. In addition to morning and afternoon classes, there are plenty of fun activities, sports, recreation, and opportunities to explore Vermont's beautiful countryside. You will immerse yourself in an entirely new living and learning experience, joining a college community unlike any other you have ever experienced.
Students can earn up to three college credits, depending on their chosen area of study.
- Study with other bright and talented students who also learn differently—students from a variety of colleges and universities around the country--who will share their experiences and learning strategies as fellow classmates.
- Gain an in-depth understanding of your learning differences and personal strengths and challenges.
- Learn to advocate for your needs as a learner.
- Develop the study skills critical to improved academic performance.
- Enlist the support and expertise of caring professors and advisors.
- Identify ways to become more strategic in your coursework.