EXPERIENCE CASTLETON, EXPLORE VERMONT
Invest in yourself
College is one of the most important investments you will make in your life. With all the perks of a large university and the family feel of a small school, Castleton is an amazing return for your investment.
Our 165-acre campus includes eight residence halls and three resident houses, classroom buildings, a library, a 500-seat performing arts center, a 1,600-seat stadium, a campus center, a TV studio and radio station, and a renovated competition gymnasium, plus cross-country trails, a practice gymnasium, an observatory, a pond, and athletic fields.
Castleton provides a liberal arts education with practical application for real-life demands. Faculty members know each student personally and care about your success. We will help you prepare for your future—and create it. Your education extends beyond the classroom—through community engagement, internships, career planning, and trips that might take you across New England or around the world.
A hallmark of Castleton is student-faculty collaborative research in virtually every discipline. From digital video documentaries to mathematical models of societal change, the spirit of inquiry pervades our campus.
Intercollegiate athletics are a big part of the Castleton experience, both for student-athletes and the overall student body. A member of the NCAA Division III, Castleton has 29 varsity teams for men and women.
Castleton puts a whole lot of “live” into “live and learn.” With more than 50 student-run clubs and organizations and 29 varsity sports, you are sure to make friends and be challenged while exploring a variety of opportunities.
Financial aid—we’re here to help
Castleton offers a private university–quality education at an affordable public college cost. Additional help is available through scholarships and financial aid. Top students may qualify for a scholarship as part of the honors program.
History: Founded in 1787, Castleton is Vermont’s first institution of higher education and the 18th oldest in the country.
Accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges
Undergraduate and graduate enrollment: 2,100 full time
Location: Our 165-acre campus includes eight residence halls and three houses, classroom buildings, a library, a 500-seat performing arts center, a 1,600-seat stadium, a campus center, a TV studio and radio station, and a renovated competition gymnasium, plus cross-country trails, a practice gymnasium, an observatory, a pond, and athletic fields.
Faculty: 100 full time; 96% with terminal degrees
Student-faculty ratio: 14:1
Average class size: 17
Degrees awarded: AA, AS, BA, BM, BS, BSW, MA, MS
Degree programs: More than 75 majors and minors for undergraduate and graduate students
Financial aid: More than 81% of our students receiving financial aid
Men’s sports: Alpine skiing, baseball, basketball, cross-country, football, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, Nordic skiing, soccer, tennis, track & field, wrestling
Women’s sports: Alpine skiing, basketball, cross-country, field hockey, ice hockey, lacrosse, Nordic skiing, rugby, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field, volleyball
PROGRAMS OF STUDY
• Art: Art Education, Art History, Graphic Design, Photography, Studio Art
• Athletic Training (MSAT: Pre-AT/Kinesiology)
• Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Molecular Biology and Biomedicine
• Business Administration: Accounting, Management, Marketing
• Chemistry: Biochemistry, Environmental Chemistry
• Communication: Digital Media, Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations, Video/Film Production
• Computer Information Systems
• Criminal Justice
• Ecological Studies
• Education: Elementary, Secondary, Special
• English: American Literature, Children’s Literature, World Literature
• Environmental Science
• Exercise Science
• General Studies (AA)
• Global Studies
• Graphic Design
• Health Education: Community Health Education, School Health Education
• Health Science
• Mathematics: Statistics
• Multidisciplinary Studies
• Music: Musical Theater, Performance
• Music Education
• Political Science
• Practice in Physical Education: Licensure, Non-licensure
• Psychology: Agency, Developmental, Forensic, Health
• Social Sciences: Economics, Environmental Studies, Geography
• Social Studies
• Social Work
• Sociology: Community Studies, Criminology, Cultural Anthropology, Power and Conflict
• Spanish: Language and Literature, Spanish for Business
• Sports Management
• Theater Arts: Acting and Directing, Technical Theater and Design
• Women’s and Gender Studies
• Accounting MS
• Athletic Leadership MS
• Education MA: Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership, Special Education
• School Psychology MA, CAGS
• Civic Engagement
• Global Studies
• Environmental Engineering
• Law 3+2
• MBA 4+1
• Occupational Therapy 4+2
• Pharmacy 3+4
• Physical Therapy 4+3