Vermont Best Colleges Comparison

View the Vermont Best Colleges Comparison and compare the schools with key academic characteristics such as tuition and test scores to get right decision.
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Colleges In Vermont Statistics

There are 27 colleges in Vermont - 7 public and 20 private schools. The 2020 average undergraduate tuition & fees of the schools is $33,512 and the average graduate tuition & fees is $23,833. The average SAT scores of enrolled students is 1,147 and the average acceptance rate is 71% for Vermont Best Colleges Comparison.
Next table shows the key academic facts for all colleges in Vermont. You may want to check more statistics and compare all Vermont colleges at Vermont Statistics page.
2019-2020 Colleges In Vermont Statistics
Top 12 colleges in VermontAll colleges in Vermont
Number of Schools12 schools
(2 public, 10 private)
27 schools
(7 public, 20 private)
Undergraduate Tuition & Fees$15,903 (in-state)
$40,800 (out-of-state)
$13,269 (in-state)
$33,512 (out-of-state)
Graduate Tuition & Fees$12,951 (in-state)
$23,513 (out-of-state)
$12,630 (in-state)
$23,833 (out-of-state)
Average Financial Aid$24,636$18,688
Test Scores1,213 SAT, 30 ACT 1,147 SAT, 30 ACT
Acceptance Rate73.55% 71.44%
Yield (Enrollment Rate)29.73% 28.25%
Population30,08042,440
Undergraduate25,33936,024
Graduate4,7416,416
Graduation Rate58.30%58.35%
Transfer-out Rate17.20%20.78%
Students to Faculty Ratio10.08 to 19.87 to 1

Top Colleges In Vermont Comparison

Next table lists the top 12 colleges in Vermont for academic year 2019-2020. Middlebury College ranked top in the Vermont Best Colleges Comparison and University of Vermont and Bennington College follows it. The 2020 average tuition & fees is $40,800 for undergraduate programs $23,513 for graduate programs. The average SAT score of the top colleges in Vermont is 1,213 and the acceptance rate is 73.55%. The average students to faculty ratio is 10.08 to 1 for top colleges in Vermont. You can sort the schools by clicking column name that you want to sort.
2019-2020 Top colleges in Vermont Comparison
Rank*NameTuition & FeesAverage Financial AidPopulationAcceptance RateTest ScoresStudents to Faculty Ratio
1 Middlebury College
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Private, 4 yearsMiddlebury, VT
$59,770 $50,247 2,66913% 1,455 SAT
33 ACT
8 to 1
2 University of Vermont
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Public, 4 yearsBurlington, VT
$43,890
($19,002)
$17,278 13,29264% 1,325 SAT
31 ACT
16 to 1
3 Bennington College
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Private, 4 yearsBennington, VT
$59,638 $39,839 79967% - 8 to 1
4 Marlboro College
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Private, 4 yearsMarlboro, VT
$27,485 $31,173 14283% - 4 to 1
5 Green Mountain College
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Private, 4 yearsPoultney, VT
$37,080 $25,240 70172% 1,085 SAT 14 to 1
6 Champlain College
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Private, 4 yearsBurlington, VT
$42,984 $18,878 4,13762% 1,215 SAT
27 ACT
14 to 1
7 Norwich University
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Private, 4 yearsNorthfield, VT
$44,020 $34,308 3,97587% - 13 to 1
8 Saint Michael's College
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Private, 4 yearsColchester, VT
$48,690 $28,080 1,72486% - 11 to 1
9 Sterling College
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Private, 4 yearsCraftsbury Common, VT
$39,200 $30,434 139100% - 7 to 1
10 Goddard College
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Private, 4 yearsPlainfield, VT
$19,147 $7,333 366100% - 11 to 1
11 Northern Vermont University
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Public, 4 yearsJohnson, VT
$26,892
($12,804)
$9,890 1,99975% 985 SAT 11 to 1
12 SIT Graduate Institute
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Private, 4 yearsBrattleboro, VT
- $2,932 137- - 4 to 1
Average$40,800
($15,903)
$24,636 30,08073.55% 1,213 SAT 10.08 to 1
*Ranking data provided by CollegeEvaluator.
All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2019-2020