At Vermont State University, we know the college experience is more than what you learn in the classroom. It’s the friendships that are forged for life from the first night in your residence hall and the moments you connect over shared meals. Our vibrant, close-knit campus communities are safe, welcoming, and supportive environments, where you are valued and encouraged to be your fullest self. When you ask students and alumni to describe their Vermont State campus, many will say it’s their home away from home.
Housing & Dining
Explore Castleton’s eleven on-campus residence halls, downtown Rutland residence hall, the huge menu at Huden Dining Hall, The Coffee Cottage, and The Fireside Café.
Check out Johnson’s three residence halls, on-campus apartments, the wood-fired pizza in Stearns Dining Hall, and the cozy Common Grounds Café.
Explore the six suite-style residence halls, student lounges, game tables, Stevens Dining Hall, and the Hornet’s Nest snack bar at Lyndon.
Explore Randolph’s three residence halls, the Student Center, and the farmer’s market fresh food options at the SHAPE snack bar and Morey Dining Hall.
Williston Hall offers single- and double-occupancy rooms with a shared central kitchen, dining, and lounge area on each of the two gender-inclusive floors.