Northern Vermont University -- Johnson Campus
Johnson State College traces its roots back to 1828 when it was an elementary and secondary school. Four year later, it was chartered as Johnson Academy, with the purpose of being an institution for teacher training. The state granted the institution the right to offer four year teaching programs in 1947. And in 1962, it officially became known as Johnson State College.
Johnson State College has a total student population of 1,514. The campus is 350 acres, and consists of 14 buildings. Students can fins opportunities to be active on campus through more than 20 different student clubs, or through community service and student leadership programs.
- Minimum GPA 2.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 70
- Minimum incoming IELTS 5.50
- Minimum SAT 400
- Minimum ACT 17