VSC Approves Exploring LSC/JSC Unification

Chancellor will present report on proposal, including feedback and timeline, at September 29 Board Meeting.

July 22, 2016

The Vermont State Colleges’ Board of Trustees voted unanimously this morning, July 21, 2016, to approve the Chancellor’s recommendation to proceed with work to “unify Johnson State College and Lyndon State College under one administration,” with the goal of creating one larger and stronger college with two distinct campuses. The press release issued by the VSC is available here, along with the full resolution passed by the board.

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