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Castleton University announces articulation agreement with Vermont Law School

Agreement guarantees admission to select Castleton graduates

CASTLETON – Castleton University announced Friday, Dec. 18, that an articulation agreement has been reached with Vermont Law School (VLS), home to the country’s top-rated environmental law program.

The agreement states that any Castleton University student with a GPA of 3.0 or higher is guaranteed admission into any of the VLS masters programs (Master of Environmental Law & Policy, Master of Energy Regulation and Law, Master of Food and Agriculture Law & Policy).

Additionally, VLS guarantees admission into its JD program to any Castleton student whose GPA and LSAT score equal or exceed the median GPA and LSAT score of the current JD class at VLS.

This agreement, along with other articulation agreements and Castleton’s growing list of master’s and doctoral programs, will greatly enrich the undergraduate experience and aid in the growth of Vermont’s economy and professional workforce.

For more information visit Vermont Law School’s website at: www.vermontlaw.edu or Castleton University at:  www.castleton.edu.

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