General Information About Goddard College
Goddard is a small college in rural Vermont for plain living and hard thinking. Founded in 1863, Goddard is recognized for innovation in education. Its mission is to advance the theory and practice of learning by undertaking new experiments based upon the ideals of democracy and the principles of progressive education asserted by John Dewey. At Goddard, students are regarded as unique individuals who will take charge of their learning and collaborate with other students, staff, and faculty to build a strong community. Goddard encourages students to become creative, passionate, lifelong learners, working and living with an earnest concern for others and for the welfare of the Earth.
Institutional statistical data was gathered from the U.S. Department of Education - Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics.
- 4-year, Private not-for-profit
Special Learning Opportunities
- Teacher certification
- Distance learning opportunities
- Remedial services
- Academic/career counseling service
- Dual credit
- Credit for life experiences
- Advanced placement (AP) credits
- Not applicable
- Eligible students may receive Pell Grants and other federal aid (e.g. Direct Loans).
- Bachelor's degree
- Postbaccalaureate certificate
- Master's degree
- Rural: Distant
Disability Services Student
- 3% or Less
Admission Total Applicants 14 Percent Admitted 100% Men Admitted 100% Women Admitted 100% Full Time Retention Rate 56%
Tuition & Fees 09-10 Tuition & Fees $12,508 Room & Board Charge $1,120 Books & Supplies Cost $1,376 Dorm Capacity 215
Student Demographics Total Enrolled 939 Native American 13 Asian 13 African American 42 Hispanic 40 Enrolled FullTime Undergraduates 288 Enrolled FullTime Graduates 515