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Colleges with the Highest Acceptance Rate in for 2018

The least selective four year colleges in are presented below. Our ranking is comprised of institutions which accept over fifty percent of student applications. Leading the least selective list is Lyndon State College which sent acceptance letters to 98% of the 1,204 students who applied and rejected 2%. Just because a school is less selective doesn't mean it's a lesser school academically or easy to get into. If a school receives predominantly applications from well qualified prospective students and has a large student body, it may accept a high proportion of applications. This does not mean that it's necessarily easier for lesser qualified students to get into a less selective school.

List of Highest Acceptance Rate Colleges & Universities in
Rank College Percent Admitted Academic Difficulty
1 Lyndon State College
Lyndonville, Vermont
1,204 Applicants
98% Easy  Chance
2 Sterling College
Craftsbury Common, Vermont
73 Applicants
96% N/A  Chance
3 Castleton State College
Castleton, Vermont
2,116 Applicants
95% Avg-  Chance
4 Johnson State College
Johnson, Vermont
1,038 Applicants
95% Easy  Chance
5 Vermont Technical College
Randolph Center, Vermont
463 Applicants
88% N/A  Chance
6 Green Mountain College
Poultney, Vermont
881 Applicants
79% N/A  Chance
7 Saint Michael's College
Colchester, Vermont
5,013 Applicants
77% N/A  Chance
8 Champlain College
Burlington, Vermont
4,576 Applicants
70% Hard  Chance
9 Norwich University
Northfield, Vermont
3,604 Applicants
70% N/A  Chance
10 University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont
22,476 Applicants
69% Hard  Chance
11 Marlboro College
Marlboro, Vermont
231 Applicants
66% N/A  Chance
12 Southern Vermont College
Bennington, Vermont
484 Applicants
62% Easy  Chance
13 Bennington College
Bennington, Vermont
1,236 Applicants
60% N/A  Chance
14 College of St Joseph
Rutland, Vermont
313 Applicants
58% N/A  Chance
15 Goddard College
Plainfield, Vermont
16 Applicants
56% N/A  Chance