Tag Archives: College

News Briefs
July 26, 2017

Woman cited for college break-in

POULTNEY—State police have charged a Mendon woman with burglarizing a building at Green Mountain College. Police said they went to the college at 4 a.m. on July 15, after campus security advised them they had detained a woman they suspected had committed a burglary on…

News Briefs
June 29, 2017

College of St. Joseph hosts summer athletic camps

RUTLAND—College of St. Joseph (CSJ) is offering summer sports camps for young athletes throughout July.

These six-day residential camps are open to athletes in grades 7-12. Camps are led by CSJ’s varsity coaches, their staff and student-athletes, and will include an academic component.

The college will offer an eSports camp July 9-14; cheerleading and dance camp July…

Op - Ed
June 14, 2017

Make college accessible for all students

By Sen. Bernie Sanders

The good news is that Vermont has one of the highest high school graduation rates in the country; fully 88 percent of our kids leave high school with a diploma. All of us — parents, educators, community members and, most of…

News Briefs
May 18, 2017

Getting more Vermonters to go to college

By Sen. Bernie Sanders

The good news is that Vermont has one of the highest high school graduation rates in the country; fully 88 percent of our kids leave high school with a diploma.  All of us – parents, educators, community members and most of…

Local News
May 17, 2017

College of St. Joseph expands housing

RUTLAND—College of St. Joseph has acquired Highland Meadows Apartments in Rutland as additional dormitory space for students. The apartment complex will add more than 100 beds for students in the coming years.

The two-building, 32-unit facility was funded through the USDA Rural Development Loan program.

News Briefs
April 19, 2017

Green Mountain College to collect drugs for disposal

On Thursday, April 20, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. the Regional Prevention Partnerships (RPP) of Rutland, in collaboration with Green Mountain College and the Rutland County Sheriff’s Department, will give the public the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes…

News Briefs
April 19, 2017

Green Mountain College to host North Country Climate Reality conference

Friday, April 21, 8 a.m.—POULTNEY—The world needs all hands on deck to combat climate change! To empower individuals and local communities to create climate solutions, Green Mountain College will host the third annual North Country Climate Reality Conference. Presented with SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury, the event will take…

VSAC helps families plan for college—for free

Saturday, April 1, 9:30 a.m.—CASTLETON—Thousands of Vermont students and parents have gotten a leg up on college planning through VSAC’s College Pathways events. Get the same help they did by registering now for one of the Vermont Student Assistance Corp.’s College Pathways events, featuring a…

News Briefs
March 16, 2017

Green Mountain College to host symposium on Syria

Green Mountain College will host a Syrian Neighbors symposium on Saturday, March 18 to raise awareness and spark dialogue around the Syrian refugee crisis. Free and open to the public, the symposium brings together three national scholars, Dr. Wendy Pearlman, Dr. Clare Gillis and Ms….

Calling all college students

Jan. 2-13—KILLINGTON—Calling all college students! Killington College is filled with loads of activities both on and off the hill. The events officially started Jan. 2, and continue through Jan. 13 with parties on and off the hill. In addition, college students will receive discounts at…