News Release — Lyndon State College August 10, 2017 Contact: Sylvia Plumb, Executive Director of Communications 802.626.6459 [email protected] LYNDON, VERMONT — Lyndon and Johnson state colleges have received a grant from the Davis Educational Foundation in Yarmouth, Maine, for $224,646 over three years to support the revision of the general education curriculum for both campuses. […]
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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.
In 2016, foreign students brought $75 million to Vermont, an increase from $40 million just four years ago.
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 […]