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Saint Michaels College

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About Saint Michaels College

At St. Mike's, we put great thought and care into what our students learn, and how they learn it. Whether you're studying the environment, the global economy, new media, psychology, biochemistry, world religions or accounting, you'll be taught by expert faculty who will mentor you, illuminate your career and life paths, nurture your talents and challenge you to explore your values.

Choose from more than 30 majors; each is grounded in a meaningful liberal studies curriculum. That means you're going to learn about our world, past, present and future. You'll study things you’ll need four years from now, and things you’ll recall 20 years from now. You'll critically examine issues, solve abstract and concrete problems, and think for yourself, while keeping others in mind.

A Saint Michael's education is a four-year experience that will change the way you see and care for the world. 

Campus information

Campus is 440 acres, minutes from Burlington, Vermont. You can be on the slopes in 30 minutes, in Montreal in two hours, and Boston in just over three (plus, the Burlington airport is minutes from campus). 

Vermont is green, in more ways than one. The Green Mountains surround campus, providing spectacular views of Camel's Hump and Vermont's highest peak, Mount Mansfield. The Adirondacks of New York are just across the lake.

We care about the environment. On campus, we recycle, we compost, we refill our water bottles, we eat local and shop local. We're a Fair Trade institution and we have our own organic garden and farm stand during the growing season.


Throughout your time at Saint Michael's, your living options may range from traditional residence halls and suites to apartments and townhouses. How many roommates you'll have depends on where you live: one roommate is most common in a traditional quad residence hall room, while students in other areas on campus may live in singles, doubles, single rooms within a suite, or in single or double rooms within a townhouse or apartment.

There are more than 80 residential life staff members here to make your campus life comfortable and rewarding. Our staff includes Resident Assistants (RAs) who are current upper-class students living on each floor or Apartment Community Advisors (ACAs) who are upper-class students living within Townhouse/Apartment areas , Resident Directors (RDs) who are graduate students who live in and supervise an entire building or area, and full-time professional staff  (Assistant and Associate Deans) who have worked in higher education for many years.


Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 2 Computer Science, IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 2 English Language 1 Health and Medicine 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Mass Communication & Media 1


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