Sterling's most important resources are the natural ecosystems and vibrant communities of Northern Vermont. Students are deeply immersed in the local community and firmly connected to the land, fostering a profound sense of place that is central to the overall experience of living and learning at Sterling College.
Campus resources illustrate a balance between classroom academics and hands-on work. The Brown Library at Sterling College overlooks the Sterling Farm, the bouldering wall is adjacent to the science lab, and a computer lab shares space with the Career Resource Center. Sterling's small size helps ensure that all resources are easily accessible and available to the entire community.
Health and wellness are of paramount importance to the Sterling Community. The kitchen serves healthy and balanced meals three times a day, a therapist provides support and counseling services, and a nurse is available for consultations in the wellness center. Numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation help students stay healthy and active.
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If you have questions, please feel free to contact the admissions office.