FAST FACTS
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Location:Johnson
Setting:Rural
Population:1,452
Enrollment:1,803
On Campus:31%
Language:English
Calendar:Semester
Approximate:
  • Fall 08/25-12/19
  • Spring 01/19-5/15

Tuition & Payments
PLAN A: OPEN
You will pay in-state/in province tuition/fees directly to your host campus.
OPEN - Host campus accepts ALL qualified applicants.

PLAN B: OPEN
You will pay your normal tuition/fees to your home campus.
OPEN - Host campus accepts ALL qualified applicants.

Estimated Per Semester
Costs For Plan A Tuition & Fees:
$4,800

Estimated Per Semester
Costs For Room And Meals:
$4,707

Additional Information
Receive From Canada
PLAN A, PLAN B

Campus Diversity
93%Caucasian
2%African American
2%Hispanic
1%Asian American
1%Native American
1%International
0%Other


Campus Links
Home Page
Catalog


NSE Links
Policies & Procedures
Campus Detail Info
Member Campus Links

How to Apply
Applications are submitted through your home campus coordinator.
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Johnson State College is a fully-accredited liberal arts college serving approximately 1800 students from Vermont, the Northeast, and a number of countries, studying in 29 academic majors and participating in over 50 clubs and organizations as well as 12 men's and women's varsity sports. The College strives to maintain small classes (average class size is 24) characterized by active student learning, careful attention to writing and other forms of expression, and close relationships with the faculty. The College's buildings include a Center for the Performing Arts, which features one of northern Vermont's largest stages and seating for 550, a brand new Visual Arts Center, an athletic/health facility, a Library Learning Center which provides students with significantly expanded library facilities, and a brand new state of the art Mac lab. In addition, JSC Students have access to the 1000-acre Babcock Nature Preserve, located in nearby Eden, Vermont, and is managed by JSC.

Campus Location - A short walk down the hill to Johnson yields a number of places to eat and shop, including a cozy coffee shop, a bookstore, a grocery store, and the famous Johnson Woolen Mills and outlet store. And in addition to regular cultural exhibits and performances on campus, the Vermont Studio Center, an artistsí residency, invites the public to attend weekly art exhibits and readings given by nationally and internationally known writers and artists in all media.

Programs
Undergraduate Majors Open to NSE Students

Anthropology: Anthropology

Art/Design/Fine Art: Art, Art Education, Media Arts, Studio Art

Biological Sciences: Biology/Life Science, Field Biology

Business: Business, Management

Communications: Communication, Electronic Media, Journalism, Journalism and Contemporary Media, Magazine Journalism, Newspapers, Photo Journalism

Education: Childhood Studies, Elementary Education, Physical Education, Secondary Education

English: Creative Writing, English

Environmental Studies: Environmental Sciences, Natural Resources

General Studies: Liberal Studies

Health and Safety Sciences: Health Science, Wellness and Alternative Medicine

History: History

Hospitality and Tourism: Hospitality Management, Hotel/Restaurant Management, Tourism and Travel, Tourism Management

Mathematics: Mathematics

Performing Arts: Dance, Music, Music Education, Music Performance, Music Theater, Music/Jazz Studies, Technical Theater, Theater Arts/Drama

Political Science: Political Science

Psychology: Psychology

Recreation: Outdoor Education

Sociology/Social Work: Sociology



Notable Academic Programs
Art, Environmental Sciences, Biology/Life Science, Wellness and Alternative Medicine, Elementary Education

Unique Academic Programs
Wellness and Alternative Medicine, Outdoor Education

Special Options
RA Exchange: Yes

Conditions
GPA and Other Academic Requirements
  • 2.5 GPA
  • None.
Exchange Preferences
  • Full-year exchange Accepted
  • Single term exchange Accepted
  • Require students who will live on campus
Mid-Year Exchange (Exchange that begins with the Spring/Winter Term)
  • Available
Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate Students
  • No graduate or post-baccalaureate students
Summer Exchange
  • Not available
International Students (Visa Students)
  • Will not accept
Tuition/Fees
  • Fees are subject to change without notice.
  • Two semesters = one academic year
  • Three quarters = one academic year
Tuition and Fees Per Semester - Plan A Students
  • Figures are current as of 8/13/2014.
  • Estimated cost: $4,800.
  • Expect 5-15% increase for the subsequent academic year.
  • Figures are based on 15 hours. Actual costs may be greater or less depending upon your actual enrollment.
  • Figures do not include costs you will incur for course specific enrollment (e.g., laboratory courses, student teaching, studio art)
  • See below for credit hour restrictions and/or miscellaneous fees applicable to Plan A students.
Tuition and Fees - Plan B Students
  • No tuition/fees are paid to the host campus.
  • Figures do not include costs you will incur for course specific enrollment (e.g., laboratory courses, student teaching, studio art)
  • See below for credit hour restrictions and/or miscellaneous fees applicable to Plan B students.
Maximum Credit Hours Per Semester
  • Plan A: 18 ($400 per additional hour)
  • Plan B: 18 ($400 per additional hour)
Miscellaneous Fees - Per Semester
Figures are current as of 8/13/2014.

Purpose Amount Period Plan Status
Activity Fee: $254 Semester Plan A Mandatory
Health Insurance: $2,038 Year Plan A & B Optional
Parking Fee: $70 Year Plan A & B Optional
Campus Fee: $375 Semester Plan A Mandatory

Exchange with Canada - Health Insurance
Students must purchase campus health insurance at $2038 per semester.

Financial Aid
Plan A
For Plan A U.S. students, aid is awarded by and disbursed from your host campus. Students apply for federally funded financial aid by using the FAFSA code of their host campus. Host campuses award aid to incoming Plan A students on a first-come, first-served basis as long as funds are available. Ask your home campus NSE coordinator if your campus awards aid to their own outgoing students. If so, do not apply for aid from your host campus.

For eligible Plan A applicants U.S. federal financial aid may be available in the following programs:

  • Pell
  • CWS
  • Perkins
  • SEOG
  • DL
  • Plus
Use FAFSA CODE: 003688

Plan B
For Plan B students, aid is awarded by and disbursed from your home campus.

Canada
Regardless of Plan A or Plan B, students exchanging to or from Canada, apply for financial aid at their home campus.
Room/Meals
  • Figures are current as of 8/13/2014.
  • Expect 5% or more increase for the subsequent academic year.
  • Figures are based on the average room and meal plan selected by NSE students. Actual costs may be greater or less depending upon your selected room type and meals.
  • Two semesters = one academic year
  • Three quarters = one academic year
On-Campus Housing Per Semester
  • Double: $2,803
  • Per semester unless otherwise noted
  • Students must live on campus
Notes About Housing
Students who are Junior standing or higher, or are 21+ years of age, are not required to live on campus.

Meal Plans Per Semester

  • Meal purchase is required for on campus living.
  • $1904 declining balance plan.
  • $1833 per semester for 12 meals per week.
  • $1762 per semester for 8 meals per week.


All data in this document is the responsibility of the campus and has been provided by the campus NSE coordinator.