The Vermont State Colleges
Read Castleton's latest President's Report
Located on a 165 acre campus at the edge of an historic Vermont village, Castleton offers students more than 30 academic programs in the liberal arts and career preparation. Community service, service-learning courses and internships are all part of a Castleton education. A strong teaching faculty provide instruction, advising and support to the individual student who will master the skills of the computer age, while gaining the perspectives and knowledge that are important in all careers and in life itself.
Read CCV's latest President's Report
Vermont's second largest and most affordable college, CCV serves almost 9,500 students each year through 12 statewide learning sites and online. CCV provides a quality, engaging educational experience to a diverse student population ranging in age from 16 to 80, from many cultures and backgrounds. With a dedicated faculty, who often work in the field they teach, and small, interactive classes, students are encouraged to share and learn from each other. Convenient day, evening, weekend, online options and courses that meet once a week, students have the flexibility to work and fulfill family obligations, while obtaining a first-rate education.
Read Johnson's latest President's Report
Johnson is located on a mountain top campus in the heart of the Green Mountains and is home to 1,930 students. Students can choose from 25 under-graduate majors and master of arts degrees in education, counseling and studio arts. Johnson's commitment to student success in the classroom and beyond is guided by the belief that higher education transforms lives. We provide students with the skills, knowledge, and understanding which are the basis of productive employment, civic involvement and lifelong learning.
Read Lyndon's latest President's Report
Lyndon State in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom is a close-knit community of approximately 1,400 students. Choosing from our extensive selection of majors in liberal arts and professional programs, students develop the skills necessary to succeed in their chosen fields at the local and international level. Experience is at the heart of a Lyndon education. We provide our students with diverse, hands-on, experiential learning opportunities. The Lyndon experience begins with orientation and first-year programs, ensuring a smooth transition to college. Small classes allow every student to connect with instructors. Outside the classroom, students participate in career shaping opportunities such as internships, simulations, cooperative education, case studies, field research, travel and student teaching. These experiences test students’ skill sets and enhance their knowledge, resulting in a 96% job placement rate. Lyndon State prides itself on being a smart investment for a promising future.
Read Vermont Tech's latest President's Report
Vermont Tech, the only technical college in Vermont, has two campuses, one situated on a hilltop in Randolph Center and the other located in the heart of Chittenden County in Williston. Students choose Vermont Tech for its academic programs, consistently strong placement record and small-college atmosphere. At Vermont Tech our dedication to hands-on learning means students not only examine the theories behind the material they are studying, but also have the opportunity to put new ideas into practice.