About This CampusVermont State University-Johnson is a fully-accredited liberal arts college serving students from Vermont, the Northeast, and a number of countries, studying in 29 academic majors and participating in numerous clubs and organizations as well as 16 men's and women's varsity sports. The University strives to maintain small classes (average class size is 17) characterized by active student learning, careful attention to writing and other forms of expression, and close relationships with the faculty. The University'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. VTSU-Johnson Students have access to the 1000-acre Babcock Nature Preserve, located in nearby Eden, Vermont, and is managed by NVU.
Location InformationSituated in the heart of the Green Mountains, the VTSU-Johnson campus is one hour from Burlington, 3.5 hours from Boston, and 1.5 hours from Montreal. A short walk from campus yields a number of places to eat and shop, including a cozy coffee shop, bookstore, art store, grocery store, and the famous Johnson Woolen Mills and outlet store. Johnson is a paradise for outdoor lovers. In the winter months, be prepared to play in the snow, as we are a short drive away from three major ski resorts.
Helpful InformationCOPLAC Member Institution
LGBTQ Friendly Campus,
Military Friendly School,
Lamoille County Planning Commission Honoree for Community Service