Facts & Figures
Founded in 1958 in Craftsbury Common, Vermont, USA, Sterling College is a degree-granting, non-sectarian, co-educational, residential, undergraduate institution of higher learning. Sterling College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Association for Experiential Education.
Fovete Stirpes (Nourish the Roots)
Sterling College strives to be an educational community in which people of all backgrounds and identities feel at home, where our differences are embraced, and where individuals take responsibility for furthering the dignity of all.
Typical Class Size —10
Student to Faculty Ratio — 6.5 to 1
Enrolled Students— maximum of 120
Male-Female Ratio — 5 to 4
Student Body — 24% Vermont, 56% New England, 44% Outside New England
Scholarships— $500 to Full Tuition
Need Based Grants— Up to $15,000
130 —acres of Sterling campus.
300 — acres of our boreal research forest.
33 — years the Sterling Farm has been in operation.
20 — countries students have visited through our internship program.
16 — buildings on campus.
14 — years Sterling has been a four-year baccalaureate college.
5 — countries you can visit through our Global Field Studies program.
4 — ski areas within 45 minutes of the College.