Johnson State College, Vermont

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Johnson State College is a small public
liberal arts college spanning 350 acres in
the town of Johnson, Vermont. The School
began as a primary and secondary
institution but later transitioned into a
preparatory academy. In 1962, Johnson
State officially transitioned into a
four-year, degree-granting institution.

Student Body
There are just over 1,700 students
currently enrolled at the college. Due to
this figure, Johnson State, as it is
commonly referred to, is able to offer a
student-faculty ratio of 19:1 and an
average class size of almost 15 students
per class. Johnson State offers 3 graduate
programs, 31 undergraduate programs and a
variety of minors to supplement students’
education.

On-Campus Housing

There are 4 different dormitories on
campus and a small number of college
apartments for students to live in while
attending Johnson State.

Clubs

Students can continue to pursue their
interests at Johnson by joining one of the
many clubs or organizations. There are
over 30 academic and extracurricular clubs
at Johnson State and the University offers
extensive community service and student
leadership opportunities.

Athletics

Johnson State College is a member of the
North Atlantic Conference and is
recognized as a division III team by the
NCAA.

General Information

Admission

Office
337 College Hill
Johnson, VT 05656
(802) 635-1219
Fax: (801) 635-1230

Contact: Penny Howrigan
Associate Dean of Enrollment
Services

Main

Address
337 College Hill Road
Johnson, VT
(802) 635-2356
www.jsc.edu

Size
Total undergrads: 1,700
Graduate enrollment: 227

Setting
Rural Village
Small town (Less than 10,000)
Residential Campus

Degrees

offered:
Certificate
Associate
Bachelor's

Admissions Information

Application

Fee
College has an application fee:
Yes
Regular application fee: $40
Online application fee: $40

Enrollment

Rates
Percent applicants admitted: 77%
Percent of students who return for
sophomore year: 66%

College Majors and Programs

Bachelor

of Fine Arts
Creative

Writing
Studio
Arts

Bachelor of Science
Biology
Environmental

Science/Natural Resources
Health
Sciences
Health
and Exercise Science
Physical
Education, Teacher Licensure
Integrated

Environmental Science
Mathematics
Wellness
and Alternative Medicine

Certificates
Nonprofit

Management
Small
Business Management

Teacher Licensure Programs
Art
(PK-6, 7-12, PK-12)
Dance
(7-12)
Elementary

Education (K-6)
English
(7-12)
Mathematics

(7-12)
Music
(PK-12)
Physical
Education (PK-6, 7-12, PK-12)
Science
(7-12)
Social
Studies (7-12)
Theater
Arts (7-12)

Academic

Minors
Adventure

Education
Anthropology

and Sociology
Art
History
Arts
Management (for theater majors)
Biology
Business
(for non-business majors)
Chemistry
Creative
Writing
Dance
Environmental

Education French
Gender
Studies
History
Journalism
Literature
Mathematics
Music
Natural
Resources
Political

Science
Pre-Law
Psychology
Spanish
Studio
Arts
Theater

*We do not guarantee
the accuracy of information on
this page. All information is
subject to change. You should
confirm all information with a
college admissions officer.


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