List Of Colleges And Universities In Vermont
In the state of Vermont, United States, there are 23 colleges and universities currently operating. This figure includes one research university, six master's universities, an art school, a culinary school, a law school, and a number of undergraduate associates and baccalaureate colleges. Several institutions chartered in other states also offer degree programs at locations in Vermont.
The state's biggest school is its flagship public university, the University of Vermont. The other five public institutions are organized as the Vermont State Colleges system.
The oldest school in Vermont is Castleton State College, founded in 1787 during the days of the independent Vermont Republic. The newest is Landmark College, founded in 1984 to serve students with learning disabilities; it is also the most expensive college in the United States. The smallest college in the state, with 98 students, is Sterling College, a work college focused on environmental studies.
All of these schools are accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, except New England Culinary Institute, which is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology.
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