Castleton State College
Castleton State College began back in 1787 as Rutland County Grammar School which, back then, was a stepping stone for higher education. Through out the years the school has evolved from a medical college into a teachers college and finally into a state college in 1962. During the 60's Castleton flourished with an upswing in enrollment and expansive building projects. During this time several new academic programs were added to the curriculum in order to keep up with the changing times and student needs. Today Castleton is still growing and changing with the renovation of the Fine Arts Center, the addition of several residences houses and a newly renovated science center. Throughout the past 220 years there have been many changes to the college, but the one thing has not changed is Castletonís dedication to its students.
Castleton State College has the distinct advantage of being a small community college, which caters to the needs of each individual student, yet is large enough to have a diverse and stimulating curriculum. There are currently 1800 full-time undergrad students participating in Castletonís 30 academic programs. With a focus on both education and career preparation, Castleton State College is a perfect place to begin planning your future.
To receive information on how you can become part of the Castleton family, view the current job opportunities available at the school's employment center.