Vermont State University Locations

One Vermont State. Many Places to Find Your Fit. 

Study close to home. Or explore exciting new surroundings. Whichever Vermont State campus you choose, you will find a close-knit community along with all the natural beauty and opportunities for adventure that make the Green Mountain State so special. Each of our campuses is entirely unique, but all of them offer the high-quality, affordable, career-focused education you seek. 

Our Campuses


Nestled in a cozy New England village in the heart of the Green Mountains of southwestern Vermont, a thriving campus life is matched by a year-round abundance of outdoor activities. 

A large building with a steeple surrounded by foliage on the Castleton campus.


Surrounded by dramatic mountain peaks, Johnson is a regional hub of culture, with the active Dibden Center for the Arts on campus and the renowned Vermont Studio Center in the middle of the charming town.  

The exterior of the Willey Library on the Vermont State University Johnson campus in summer.


From this hilltop campus, students embrace outdoor recreation and make their mark on the surrounding community through activities like producing News7 and hosting the Vermont Animation Festival.   

A sunny fall day overlooking a bench next to a pond on the Vermont State University Lyndon.


Study engineering, construction, business, and other practically-oriented fields in the center of the state, with easy access to Vermont’s natural beauty and regional centers of business and culture.


On the outskirts of Vermont’s largest city, this campus gives students access to Burlington’s many amenities and career-focused programs in areas like IT, healthcare, aviation, and business.

An airplane flying through the sky as part of the Professional Pilot Technology program.

Learning Sites

Specific programs are held at different sites around the state and the country, too.

Vermont locations: 

  • Bennington 
  • Berlin 
  • Brattleboro 
  • Killington 
  • Middlebury 
  • Newport 
  • St. Albans 
  • Rutland 
  • White River Junction 

Out-of-state learning sites:

  • Alaska
  • New Hampshire
  • Wisconsin

Freedom & Unity

We take the Vermont state motto, “Freedom & Unity” to heart. With the freedom to dig in and explore — in the classroom or the great outdoors, across our five campuses or right at home — you’ll find the personal freedom and independence you need to grow, along with all the good that comes from being part of a larger community that spans the entire state of Vermont.