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University of Vermont
Burlington, VT
The University of Vermont, founded in 1791, is a public, comprehensive institution. Its 460-acre campus is located in Burlington, 220 northwest of Boston, MA, 300 miles north of New York, NY, and 90 miles south of Montreal, Quebec.
University of Vermont – National Merit Scholarship
sponsored by University of Vermont
Applicant must be a National Merit Finalist who has designated University of Vermont as his or her first-choice institution when completing the scholarship application. Applicants may change their top-choice selection by logging onto the Online Scholarship Application (OSA) website. Applicant must take the PSAT/NMSQT in the specified year of the high school program and no later than the third year in grades 9 through 12. Applicant must also be a citizen of the United States or be a U.S. lawful permanent resident.
Vermont Golf Association Scholarship
sponsored by Vermont Golf Association
Applicant must be a resident of Vermont, a senior in a Vermont, Hanover, NH, Granville, NY, or Rivendell Interstate School District high school. Applicant must be enrolled in, or accepted as a full-time student at a college or university. Selection based upon financial need, scholarship, and the applicant's connection to the game of golf (such as golf team, working in golf shop, working for grounds superintendent, etc.).
Northern Vermont University — Lyndon Campus
Lyndonville, VT
Northern Vermont University -- Lyndon Campus was originally founded in 1911 as Lyndon State College. The school merged with Johnson State College in July of 2018 to form Northern Vermont University. The University is a public, multipurpose school. Its 175-acre campus is located in Lyndonville, 85 miles from Burlington.
Northern Vermont University — Johnson Campus
Johnson, VT
Northern Vermont University -- Johnson Campus was originally founded in 1828 as Johnson State College. The school merged with Lyndon State College in July of 2018 to form Northern Vermont University. The University is a public, multipurpose school. Its 350-acre campus is located in Johnson, 40 miles from Burlington, VT.
Four–Year Colleges in Vermont
source: Wintergreen Orchard House
Vermont Hidden Gems
Think you know every college out there? Think again. Here are some diamonds in the rough from The Green Mountain State.
Four–Year Schools in Vermont with Articulation Agreements
These are the four-year schools in the Green Mountain State accepting articulation agreements. Check with each school you're considering to confirm which community colleges they're working with. (What's an articulation agreement? Basically, it allows students to transfer recognized community college credits toward their four-year degree. Not too shabby!)
Norwich University
Northfield, VT
Norwich University, founded in 1819, is a private coeducational university. For 20 years, Cadets and traditional students have shared the same campus at Norwich University, creating one of the most unique college cultures in the nation. Norwich University is located in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Castleton University
Castleton, VT
Castleton University, founded in 1787, is a public, coeducational university. Its 165-acre campus is located in the small town of Castleton, 12 miles west of Rutland.
Heritage Award
sponsored by Faulkner University
Applicant must be a Church of Christ student in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont or Virginia. A minimum combined SAT score of 950 (composite ACT score of 20) is required.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
North Dartmouth, MA
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, founded in 1895, is a public, doctoral research university. Its 710-acre campus is located in North Dartmouth, 60 miles south of Boston.