Northern Vermont University

State colleges approve balanced budget with more state aid

It’s the first time in several years that the Vermont State Colleges System hasn’t faced a shortfall. Savings are coming from debt restructuring and the merger of Lyndon and Johnson.

Sale of Redstone, a Montpelier landmark, would fund state college merger

The grand building, tucked down a side street from the Statehouse, is a former residence that has been part of the state’s capitol complex since the 1940s.

State colleges turn to the word ‘university’ to draw Chinese students

In 2016, foreign students brought $75 million to Vermont, an increase from $40 million just four years ago.

Lyndon-Johnson merger yields ‘Northern Vermont University’

Lyndon State and Johnson State college graduates starting with the class of 2022 will have a degree from Northern Vermont University. In September the Vermont State Colleges System board decided to unite the two colleges, and on Wednesday the trustees chose a name. The two colleges are merging into one institution with two campuses to […]