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Population Comparison Between Vermont Colleges

Total PopulationUndergraduateGraduateOnline Classes

Total Student Population Comparison

The total population of Colleges in Vermont is 43,009 with 23,444 female students and 19,565 male students. This enrollment statistics is based on the latest data from IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education for academic year 2018-2019. Next table compares the student population for both undergraduate and graduate schools between Colleges in Vermont.
Among the Colleges in Vermont, University of Vermont has the most enrolled students of 13,395, while O'Briens Aveda Institute has the least number of students of 39 for both in graduate and undergraduate programs.
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Student Population Comparison Between Colleges In Vermont
NameTotalMenWomen
Bennington College
811285 526
Castleton University
2,196975 1,221
Champlain College
4,5312,569 1,962
Community College of Vermont
5,3781,741 3,637
Goddard College
448124 324
Green Mountain College
701270 431
Northern Vermont University
2,5901,070 1,520
Marlboro College
14262 80
Middlebury College
2,6111,212 1,399
New England Culinary Institute
7336 37
Norwich University
3,9862,959 1,027
O'Briens Aveda Institute
395 34
Saint Michael's College
1,950831 1,119
SIT Graduate Institute
14650 96
College of St Joseph
22778 149
Southern Vermont College
351112 239
Sterling College
13671 65
Vermont Law School
666284 382
Vermont Technical College
1,638854 784
University of Vermont
13,3955,464 7,931
Landmark College
519335 184
Marlboro College Graduate & Professional Studies
4916 33
Vermont College of Fine Arts370109 261
Advanced Welding Institute5653 3
Total43,009 19,56523,444
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Undergraduate Student Population

The total undergraduate population of Colleges in Vermont is 36,564 with 19,567 female students and 16,997 male students. Next table compares 2018-2019 undergraduate enrollment between Colleges in Vermont.
Among the Colleges in Vermont, University of Vermont has the most enrolled undergraduate students of 11,328, while O'Briens Aveda Institute has the least number of undergraduate students of 39.
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Undergraduate Student Population Comparison Between Colleges In Vermont
NameTotalMenWomen
Bennington College
735263 472
Castleton University
1,892896 996
Champlain College
3,8002,235 1,565
Community College of Vermont
5,3781,741 3,637
Goddard College
18850 138
Green Mountain College
442192 250
Northern Vermont University
2,2911,008 1,283
Marlboro College
14262 80
Middlebury College
2,5641,204 1,360
New England Culinary Institute
7336 37
Norwich University
3,1822,408 774
O'Briens Aveda Institute
395 34
Saint Michael's College
1,694774 920
College of St Joseph
15261 91
Southern Vermont College
351112 239
Sterling College
13671 65
Vermont Technical College
1,632849 783
University of Vermont
11,3284,647 6,681
Landmark College
489330 159
Advanced Welding Institute5653 3
Total36,56416,99719,567
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Graduate Student Population

The total graduate population of Colleges in Vermont is 36,564 with 19,567 female students and 16,997 male students. Next table compares 2019-2020 graduate enrollment between Colleges in Vermont.
Among the Colleges in Vermont, University of Vermont has the most enrolled graduate students of 11,328, while O'Briens Aveda Institute has the least number of graduate students of 39.
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Graduate Student Population Comparison Between Colleges In Vermont
NameTotalMenWomen
Bennington College
735263 472
Castleton University
1,892896 996
Champlain College
3,8002,235 1,565
Community College of Vermont
5,3781,741 3,637
Goddard College
18850 138
Green Mountain College
442192 250
Northern Vermont University
2,2911,008 1,283
Marlboro College
14262 80
Middlebury College
2,5641,204 1,360
New England Culinary Institute
7336 37
Norwich University
3,1822,408 774
O'Briens Aveda Institute
395 34
Saint Michael's College
1,694774 920
College of St Joseph
15261 91
Southern Vermont College
351112 239
Sterling College
13671 65
Vermont Technical College
1,632849 783
University of Vermont
11,3284,647 6,681
Landmark College
489330 159
Advanced Welding Institute5653 3
Total36,56416,99719,567
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Distance Learning (Online Class) Enrollment

Next table compares 2019-2020 distance learning enrollment for both undergraduate and graduate programs between Colleges in Vermont. In undergraduate programs, out of total 33,287 students, 4,895 students (14.71%) have taken courses only through distance learning and 2,638 students (7.93%) have learned from at least one online course. For graduate schools, out of total 5,693 students, 2,196 students (38.57%) have taken courses only through distance learning and 306 students (5.38%) have learned from at least one online course.
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Online Course (Distance Learning) Population Comparison Between Colleges In Vermont
NameUndergraduateGraduate
TotalOnline ExclusivelySome Online ClassesTotalOnline ExclusivelySome Online Classes
Bennington College
735 - -76 - 72
(94.74%)
Castleton University
1,892 14
(0.74%)
37
(1.96%)
304 39
(12.83%)
3
(0.99%)
Champlain College
3,800 1,666
(43.84%)
8
(0.21%)
731 710
(97.13%)
6
(0.82%)
Community College of Vermont
5,378 1,703
(31.67%)
661
(12.29%)
No Graduate Level Courses Offered
Goddard College
Goddard College does not offer online courses.
Green Mountain College
442 21
(4.75%)
-259 259
(100.00%)
-
Northern Vermont University
2,291 414
(18.07%)
117
(5.11%)
299 - -
Marlboro College
Marlboro College does not offer online courses.
Middlebury College
Middlebury College does not offer online courses.
New England Culinary Institute
73 9
(12.33%)
-No Graduate Level Courses Offered
Norwich University
3,182 674
(21.18%)
1
(0.03%)
804 799
(99.38%)
-
O'Briens Aveda Institute
O'Briens Aveda Institute does not offer online courses.
Saint Michael's College
1,694 3
(0.18%)
40
(2.36%)
256 5
(1.95%)
5
(1.95%)
SIT Graduate Institute
No Undergraduate Level Courses Offered146 109
(74.66%)
13
(8.90%)
College of St Joseph
College of St Joseph does not offer online courses.
Southern Vermont College
351 11
(3.13%)
81
(23.08%)
No Graduate Level Courses Offered
Sterling College
Sterling College does not offer online courses.
Vermont Law School
No Undergraduate Level Courses Offered666 108
(16.22%)
110
(16.52%)
Vermont Technical College
1,632 145
(8.88%)
253
(15.50%)
6 - -
University of Vermont
11,328 139
(1.23%)
1,440
(12.71%)
2,067 137
(6.63%)
97
(4.69%)
Landmark College
489 96
(19.63%)
-30 30
(100.00%)
-
Marlboro College Graduate & Professional Studies
No Undergraduate Level Courses Offered49 - -
Vermont College of Fine ArtsVermont College of Fine Arts does not offer online courses.
Advanced Welding InstituteAdvanced Welding Institute does not offer online courses.
Average33,287 4,895
(14.71%)
2,638
(7.93%)
5,693 2,196
(38.57%)
306
(5.38%)
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