Vermont Best Colleges

Check out the best colleges in Vermont and estimate chance to get it.

Middlebury College is ranked top in the Vermont Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2018-2019. University of Vermont and Goddard College are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 8 Vermont Best Colleges is 1,290 and ACT average scores is 79. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 66% and the average graduation rate is 66%. The average tuition & fees are $18,276 for in-state students and $41,831 for out-of-state students at the 8 Vermont Best Colleges.
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Middlebury College (89.9)Private,4 yearsMiddlebury, Vermont 1,415 (SAT) 17% $54,450 2,591 95%
2University of Vermont (86.2)Public,4 yearsBurlington, Vermont 1,270 (SAT)
84 (ACT)
68% $18,276 (in-state)
$42,516(out-of-state)
13,340 75%
3Goddard College (85.8)Private,4 yearsPlainfield, Vermont - 100% $16,586 496 43%
4Bennington College (85.7)Private,4 yearsBennington, Vermont - 57% $53,860 851 67%
5Marlboro College (84.8)Private,4 yearsMarlboro, Vermont - 59% $40,840 185 52%
6Champlain College (84.7)Private,4 yearsBurlington, Vermont 1,185 (SAT)
73 (ACT)
75% $41,010 4,749 60%
7Norwich University (84.6)Private,4 yearsNorthfield, Vermont - 66% $40,014 4,100 59%
8Saint Michael's College (84.4)Private,4 yearsColchester, Vermont - 83% $45,375 2,077 78%
Average1,290 (SAT)
79 (ACT)
66% $18,276 (in-state)
$41,831(out-of-state)
3,54966.13%