A Location for You – Throughout Vermont
At Vermont State University, we know Vermont from north to south, east to west, and all points in between. With five primary locations and additional learning sites across the state and beyond, Vermont State University meets you where you are — and where you want to be.
Your Story Starts Here
At Vermont State University, we never lose sight of that high-touch, personalized approach to our statewide cross-campus collaborations. In addition to traditional, in-person learning, Vermont State University offers degree and certificate programs delivered 100% online to meet the needs and lifestyles of all learners.
Our students are part of deeply connected communities across the state. Hands-on, experiential learning, immersive research, volunteering, and other opportunities connect you with real-world experiences so you can begin to make an impact right away.
With the stunning Green Mountains running the length and so many ways to hit the slopes, hike, bike, and paddle, along with charming spots to just hang out, Vermont’s natural beauty provides a stunning backdrop to the hearty welcome you’ll receive here.
Whether you choose to learn on campus, online, or a mix of the two, you’ll find the connections and support to launch your future in and from Vermont.
Multiple Campuses, Limitless Opportunities
Each Vermont State campus location offers a rich experience along with specialized facilities and unique academic programs, with many opportunities for cross-campus collaboration. The campuses are home to Vermont institutions founded between 1787 and 1911, and all are within an easy drive of skiing, hiking, the arts, and all Vermont has to offer.
Located in southwestern Vermont. Currently Castleton University.
- 165-acre campus with an athletic center, open-air pavilion, and a stadium for events. Home to the NCAA Division 3 Castleton Spartans. Popular programs include Nursing, Business, Education, the sciences, and much more. The campus is close to Lake Bomoseen and is an easy drive to Killington and Okemo ski resorts.
Located in northern Vermont. Currently Northern Vermont University – Johnson.
- 350-acre hilltop campus with arts studios, a performing arts center, and athletic center, with the Vermont Studio Center right down the hill. Home to the NCAA Division 3 Johnson Badgers. Popular programs include Performance, Art, and Technology, the sciences, and Psychology. Close to Stowe Mountain, Smugglers Notch, and Jay Peak ski resorts.
Located in northeastern Vermont. Currently Northern Vermont University – Lyndon.
- 195-acre hilltop campus with music studios, a weather lab, and News 7. Home to the NCAA Division 3 Lyndon Hornets. Popular programs include Outdoor Education, Music Business and Industry, and Atmospheric Science and Climate Science. Close to Burke Mountain, Kingdom Trails, Jay Peak, and Catamount Arts.
Located in Central Vermont. Currently the main campus for Vermont Technical College.
- 544-acre campus with engineering labs and advanced manufacturing center onsite, with downtown Randolph nearby. Home to the USCAA Knights. The Vermont State Institute of Technology is housed at both the Randolph and Williston campuses, and many of our technical programs, including Nursing, Veterinary Technology, and Landscape Contracting, are based on the Randolph campus. Close to Saskadena Six and Killington ski resorts and Chandler Center for the Arts.
- Close to Burlington, Vermont’s largest city, our Williston campus is home to our Radiologic Science and flight simulation facilities, a dental clinic, an electrical lab, and more. The Vermont State Institute of Technology is based at both the Williston and Randolph campuses. Lake Champlain, Bolton Valley, and art and performance venues are all nearby.
Specific programs are held at different sites around the state and the country, too.
- St. Albans
- White River Junction
Out-of-state learning sites:
- New Hampshire