Vermont Technical College

Vermont Technical College

Vermont Technical College, also know as Vermont Tech, was established in 1866, in Randolph, Vermont. It is a public technical college with campuses in different locations, including Williston, Vermont. The college covers 554 acres and caters to approximately 1400 students.

Vermont Technical College has a wide range of Bachelor's and Associate's degrees as well as certificate programs. Some of the undergraduate courses include Architectural Engineering Technology, Dental Hygiene, and Diversified Agriculture. Fire Science, Diesel Power Technology, and Automotive Technology are some of the Associate courses offered. A single certificate program for Practical Nursing is also available.

The College, which values student's athletics, has sports teams that participate in soccer, softball, golf and cross country. Vermont Tech competes in the NAIA, and is also part of the Sunrise Conference. They are additionally affiliated with the United States Collegiate Athletic Association.

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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