Accredited Online Colleges Based in Vermont

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshman Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate

158 Harmon Drive
Northfield, VT 5663
(802) 485-2000

No N/A 100% 53%

163 S. Willard St
Burlington, VT 5401
(802) 860-2700

No N/A 91% 66%

351 North Avenue
Burlington, VT 5401
(802) 862-9616

No N/A 90% 43%

337 College Hill
Johnson, VT 5656
(802) 635-2356

No N/A 94% 33%

1 Main Street
Randolph Center, VT 5061
(802) 728-1000

No N/A 89% 50%

85 S Prospect St
Burlington, VT 5405
(802) 656-3131

No N/A 91% 72%

1 Abenaki Way
Winooski, VT 2245

No N/A 76% 14%

One Brennan Circle
Poultney, VT 5764
(802) 287-8000

No N/A 98% 42%

28 Vernon Street- Suite #120
Brattleboro, VT 5301
(802) 258-9200

No N/A 58% N/A


Vermont Schools vs US State Average

Graduation Rate and Average Test score at Public 4-year Institutions

    • 62% Vermont
      Graduation Rate
    • 1538 SAT Vermont
      Average Test Score
    • 56% National
      Graduation Rate
    • 21.1 ACT National
      Average Test Score

Average Tuitions and Fees in Vermont

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IBM is the largest private employer in the state, providing as much as 25% of Vermont's manufacturing jobs

Manufacturing is an essential industry in Vermont, particularly that of electrical equipment. IBM is the largest private employer in the state, providing as much as 25% of Vermont's manufacturing jobs. Degrees from Vermont online colleges in computers, manufacturing, or engineering will be useful in landing a job in this field, though employment is not a guarantee. Other notable manufacturing companies include Mack Group Inc. and Velan Valve Corp.

Vermont's mountains and skiing conditions make it a prime spot for tourism, so careers in hospitality and business can be very profitable. Some of the largest employers in the state are ski resorts, like Stowe Mountain Resort and Killington Mountain Resort. Consider getting a degree in hospitality management, travel and tourism, or an MBA from one of the online colleges in Vermont to increase your chances of success.

Vermont's research university, the University of Vermont, offers more than 100 courses online for credit toward your degree. In addition, they offer online sequences in education technology, school-based speech pathology, and biomedical equipment technology that can count toward a degree and increase your employment opportunities. You can also earn a certificate in sustainable innovation or campus sustainable innovation.

Vermont Technical College allows students to work at their own pace in programs focusing on computer technology, business, manufacturing, and health care. Two other public online colleges in Vermont are Johnson State College and Community College of Vermont. With these options, you can earn credits toward a degree on your own schedule.

Private Vermont online colleges and universities give students the opportunity to earn a degree completely online. Burlington College, Champlain College, Green Mountain College, and Norwich University all have online programs, or you could choose an online school with a national presence, such as Kaplan University or Strayer University.