Open House is an opportunity for you to learn about the value of a Sterling College education, while hearing about our unique approach to Environmental Stewardship.
Mark your calendars for Saturday April 8, 2017
7:45 am – Continental Breakfast
8:30 am – Welcoming Remarks by President Matthew Derr about Sterling College’s Mission of Environmental Stewardship
8:45 am – Tour of Residence Hall
9:15 am – Sustainable Agriculture presentation with Rick Thomas
9:40 am – Sustainable Food Systems with Nicole Civita and Allison Van Akkeren
10:00 am – Environmental Humanities with Carol Dickson
10:30 am – Outdoor Education with Anne Morse
10:45 am – Global Field Studies with David Gilligan
11:10 am – Ecology with Laura Spence
12:00 pm – Lunch in Dunbar Hall from our fabulous #1 rated Sterling kitchen
Plus meetings with faculty, financial aid counselors, and learning support staff.
Whether you’re a high school student creating your college list, a student at another college who is thinking of transferring to Sterling, a parent of a prospective student, a sibling, or a friend, you are welcome at Open House, and we can’t wait to meet you.
Our Open House coincides with a holiday weekend in Northern Vermont, so make plans to visit, and reserve your lodging as soon as possible, as it is a very popular time to come to Vermont. Prospective students who are at least 17 years old can request to stay overnight in a Sterling College residence hall.
Save your receipts for travel expenses! We reimburse up to $500 in travel expenses for students who enroll after visiting.