Johnson State CollegeJohnson State CollegeJohnson, VT
Johnson State College Rating
2 general studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees. Moderately expensive tuition costs. Reasonably priced on-campus housing. Around 1,800 students are enrolled. Presumably dangerous campus.

Bennington CollegeBennington CollegeBennington, VT
Bennington College Rating
7 general studies majors. Bachelor's degrees and master's degrees are available. Very expensive tuition fees. Reasonably priced on-campus housing. Approximately 900 students attend this school. Presumably dangerous campus.

Goddard CollegeGoddard CollegePlainfield, VT
Goddard College Rating
Bachelor's degrees and master's degrees are available. Above average tuition costs. Cheap on-campus housing. About 800 students. Safe campus.

Landmark CollegeLandmark CollegePutney, VT
Landmark College Rating
4 general studies majors. Associate's degrees and bachelor's degrees are available. Very expensive tuition fees. Affordable on-campus housing option. Around 500 students are enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus.

University of VermontUniversity of VermontBurlington, VT
University of Vermont Rating
3 general studies majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Great student retention rate. Very expensive tuition. Reasonably priced on-campus housing. More than 13,100 students enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus.

Green Mountain CollegeGreen Mountain CollegePoultney, VT
Green Mountain College Rating
2 general studies majors. Bachelor's degrees and master's degrees are offered. Very expensive tuition. Reasonably priced on-campus housing option. Over 900 students. Generally safe campus. Affiliated with United Methodist Church.

Castleton State CollegeCastleton State CollegeCastleton, VT
Castleton State College Rating
4 general studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees are offered. Steep tuition. Reasonably priced on-campus housing. Around 2,200 students enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs.

Middlebury CollegeMiddlebury CollegeMiddlebury, VT
Middlebury College Rating
Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Outstanding retention rate. Very expensive tuition costs. On-campus housing option. Over 2,600 students. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs are offered.

Lyndon State CollegeLyndon State CollegeLyndonville, VT
Lyndon State College Rating
5 general studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees are offered. Moderately expensive tuition fees. Reasonably priced on-campus housing. Roughly 1,600 students attend this school. Presumably dangerous campus. ROTC programs.

Champlain CollegeChamplain CollegeBurlington, VT
Champlain College Rating
Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees are available. Very expensive tuition. Moderately priced on-campus housing. Roughly 3,300 students attend this school. Safe campus.

Sterling College Craftsbury CommonSterling College Craftsbury CommonCraftsbury Common, VT
Sterling College Craftsbury Common Rating
Associate's degrees and bachelor's degrees. Very expensive tuition costs. Affordable on-campus housing option. More than 100 students. Safe campus.

College of St JosephCollege of St JosephRutland, VT
College of St Joseph Rating
Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees. Steep tuition prices. On-campus housing option. Around 400 students attend this school. Safe campus. Affiliated with Roman Catholic Church.

Burlington CollegeBurlington CollegeBurlington, VT
Burlington College Rating
2 general studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees are available. Steep tuition prices. Moderately priced on-campus housing option. Approximately 300 students attend this school. Presumably unsafe campus.

Community College of VermontCommunity College of VermontWinooski, VT
Community College of Vermont Rating
2 general studies majors. Associate's degrees are available. Relatively low tuition prices. Over 6,400 students enrolled. Safe campus.

Southern Vermont CollegeSouthern Vermont CollegeBennington, VT
Southern Vermont College Rating
Associate's degrees and bachelor's degrees. Steep tuition rates. Affordable on-campus housing option. Approximately 600 students are enrolled. Relatively safe campus.

Marlboro CollegeMarlboro CollegeMarlboro, VT
Marlboro College Rating
2 general studies majors. Bachelor's degrees are available. Very expensive tuition. Reasonably priced on-campus housing. Over 300 students attend this school. Presumably very dangerous campus.
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Maine
Get details on 26 general studies schools and colleges in Presque Isle, Portland, Waterville, South Portland, Bangor, Castine, Biddeford, and 18 more cities. Around 1,000 general studies degrees are granted every academic year. Average tuition price for general studies programs in ME - $13,900.

Massachusetts
We reviewed 75 general studies schools and colleges in Boston, Worcester, Cambridge, Springfield, Amherst, Waltham, Newton, and 44 other cities. About 6,700 general studies diplomas are awarded every year. Average tuition for general studies programs in MA is roughly $16,800.

New Hampshire
Get details on 24 general studies schools and colleges in Manchester, Nashua, Keene, Concord, Hanover, Plymouth, Claremont, and 13 more cities. About 800 general studies diplomas are awarded every year. Average tuition charges for general studies programs in NH is around $17,500.

New York
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