2021 Best Education Colleges for Non-Traditional Students in Vermont
Finding the Best Education Schools for Non-Traditional Students
Education is the #11 most popular major in Vermont with 235 bachelor's degrees awarded in 2018-2019. This means that 0.3% of the degrees earned in the country were from a school in the state.
This year's Best Education Colleges for Non-Traditional Students in Vermont ranking looked at 3 colleges that offer a bachelor's in education. This ranking identifies schools with high-quality education programs as well as strong support for students classified as non-traditional.
To come up with these rankings, we looked at factors such as affordability, and overall quality of the education program at the school. Check out our ranking methodology for more information.
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2021 Best Education Schools for Non-Traditional Students in Vermont
Best Education Schools for Non-Traditional Students
University of Vermont has taken the #1 spot in this year's education ranking for non-traditional students. UVM is a fairly large public school located in the small city of Burlington. UVM also made our Best Colleges for Education in Vermont list, coming in at #1.
About 2.5% of UVM students default on their loans in three years, which is lower than average. Approximately 1,537 students take at least one class online at UVM. 1,454 of UVM students are attending part time. Eligible students may be able to receive credit for their military training.Request Information
Champlain College landed the #2 spot in our 2021 best education schools for non-traditional students. Champlain is a small private not-for-profit school located in the small city of Burlington. In addition to being on our best for non-traditional students list, Champlain has also earned the #2 rank in our Best Colleges for Education in Vermont ranking.
The student loan default rate at Champlain is lower than is typical, just 5.2% of students default in three years. 2,376 students at Champlain are exclusively online. About 1,956 of the students at Champlain are attending part time. Eligible students may be able to receive credit for their military training.Request Information
Johnson State College earned the #3 spot in our 2021 rankings. Located in the rural area of Johnson, Johnson State College is a public school with a small student population. Johnson State College did well in our major quality rankings, too. It placed #3 on our Best Colleges for Education in Vermont list.
The student loan default rate at Johnson State College is lower than is typical, just 8.7% of students default in three years. 414 students at Johnson State College are exclusively online. 873 students are part time. Students may be able to receive credit for their military training, depending on their background.Request Information
Best for Non-Traditional Students Education Colleges in the New England Region
Explore all the Best Education Schools for Non-Traditional Students in the New England Area or other specific states within that region.
Non-Traditional Student Rankings in Majors Related to Education
Education Majors to Study
|Teacher Education Grade Specific||200|
|Teacher Education Subject Specific||77|
|Teaching English or French||49|
|Curriculum & Instruction||41|
Most Popular Majors Related to Education
|Related Major||Annual Graduates|
|Communication & Journalism||183|
|Area, Ethnic, Culture, & Gender Studies||68|
Notes and References
*Avg Cost is for the top 3 schools only.
- The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), a branch of the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) serves as the core of the rest of our data about colleges.
- Some other college data, including much of the graduate earnings data, comes from the U.S. Department of Education’s (College Scorecard).
- Veteran-specific data can be found at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
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More about our data sources and methodologies.