The 50 Worst Colleges In America

Johnson State College

Johnson State College was founded in 1828 and is located in Johnson, Vermont. The college was later changed to Northern Vermont University. It has an acceptance rate of ninety-five percent and a graduation rate of thirty-seven percent.

There are seventeen hundred students enrolled, with fifteen hundred undergraduates. In-state tuition is thirteen thousand dollars, and out-of-state tuition is twenty-seven thousand dollars.


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