Engaging Non-traditional Students
Every college creates its own identity and yet is also part of the larger community in which it is located. In Vermont, we have a long tradition of community involvement ranging from the enduring tradition of town meeting to spontaneous neighborhood volunteerism. This ability to work together is partly what makes the Vermont experience so unique.
Reflecting this spirit, Vermont’s independent colleges play an active role in strengthening the connections between community members and making educational opportunities and scholarships available to more of the community. This includes engaging high school students as well as non-traditional students, such as foster youth and single parents.
Each year, hundreds of college students across Vermont are discovering more about the communities in which they live and integrating themselves in ways that challenge, teach, and satisfy.
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