Northern Vermont University–Lyndon was founded in 1911 as a one-year "normal school" for teacher training. In 1944, the school began granting four-year degrees for teachers and became known as Lyndon Teachers College. In 1961, the college joined the newly created Vermont State Colleges and was renamed Lyndon State College, adding liberal arts and professional training programs to its already established education degree programs. On July 1, 2018, we will unify with Johnson State College to become Northern Vermont University, a two-campus institution of higher education.
Accreditation: New England Association of Schools & Colleges
Memberships: Participant in the U.S. Air Force and Army ROTC programs.
Location: Situated in Vermont’s beautiful Northeast Kingdom, the NVU Lyndon campus is 1.5 hours from Burlington, 3.25 hours from Boston, 3 hours from Montreal, and 3.25 hours from Hartford, CT.
Campus size: 24 buildings on 211 acres
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Fine Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- Master of Arts
Faculty: 52 full time, 66 part time
Full-time faculty with terminal degrees in their fields: 84%
Total Students: 1,266 (538 full-time undergrad, 150 part-time undergrad, 65 graduate students)
Student/Faculty Ratio: 14:1
Average Class Size: 15
In-State/Out-Of-State: 55% / 45%
Male/Female Students: 57% / 43%
First-In-Family Students: 44%
Residential/Commuter Students: 48% / 52%
Percentage of students receiving financial aid: 86%
- Holdings—68,143 volumes
- Print Journals—118
- E-Journals—83,174 titles
- 12 associate’s majors
- 26 bachelor’s majors,
- Three master's majors
- NCAA Division III
- North Atlantic Conference
- North Eastern Athletic Conference
Extracurricular: 20+ student clubs, extensive community service opportunities, and student-leadership programs
Undergraduate Expenses: View current costs for tuition, fees, room, and board here.