Offers a list of all two-year community colleges and technical schools within Vermont, including brief introduction and official website address.
- Topschoolsintheusa.com: Intended to pursue an associate degree in the state of Vermont? Here is a full list of both public and private community colleges within Vermont.
According to Countryaah.com, Burlington is the largest city in the state of Vermont in the United States, with 42,239 residents (U.S. Census 2017), and is located on the east side of Lake Champlain, 72 miles south of the Canada border.
Burlington’s economy is primarily based on education, healthcare, commerce, transport and services as well as some industry and tourist traffic. The city owns Burlington International Airport, Vermont’s largest airport, in neighboring South Burlington.
Education and culture
The city has the University of Vermont (UVM), founded in 1790, and Champlain College. UVM Medical Center is Vermont’s largest hospital.
Battery Park is a major attraction. There are several annual festivals at the Church Street Marketplace in the city center. The Vermont City Marathon and a boxing tournament are held annually.
History and culture
In 1775 settlers began clearing land in the area and organizing a village, but settlement was delayed by the outbreak of the American War of Independence that year. During the British-American War of 1812, there were several matches between batteries on land and British warships on the lake.
The location at Lake Champlain made Burlington a port and trade town especially after the opening of canals in 1823, 1825 and 1843. Burlington gained city status in 1865 and has many historic buildings. A large ravine was replenished with waste in the 19th century so that the area of the city was expanded.
Since 2010, Burlington has had a slight decline in population. In 2015, Burlington became the first city in the United States to be powered entirely by renewable energy.
Alternative liberal arts college offers bachelors and associate degrees and certification in paralegal work, film studies, and computer software.
Community College of Vermont
Public school has 12 locations statewide. Includes academic and admissions information, as well as a guide to student services.
Community College of Vermont – Scholarship Awards
Provides a long list of scholarships available for college students. Includes descriptions of each.
Vermont Technical College
Randolph Center school claims to be the state’s only public technical college. Read about programs, the faculty and student life.