In 1911, the college was founded as a one-year normal school housed in rented space in nearby Lyndon Institute. The term "normal school" is based on the French école normale supérieure, a school to educate teachers. Consistent with education tradition of the times, the Lyndon Training Course expanded its curriculum in one-year increments, and the first two-year class graduated in 1923.
In addition to a range of Bachelor's Degree programs, the college offers Master's Degree programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Education, and Liberal Arts.
The Student Services Office in Vail 348 contains the services normally provided by the Registrars, Financial Aid and Business Offices – all centralized in one location. Students can receive a multitude of services ranging from registration in classes, paying a bill, changing a meal plan, receiving financial aid assistance, making an address change, requesting a transcript, requesting verification of enrollment, checking on graduation requirements, etc.
Lyndon finds it very important for you to live on campus to provide a sense of community and access to clubs, organizations, and activities—as well as a chance to really connect with Lyndon and your peers. Lyndon assigns roommates without regard to race, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or country of national origin.
The Library consist of more than 60,000 print volumes; over 100,000 managed electronic and print resources including periodicals, e-books and e-reference sources; and 10,000 audio visual materials, including music, films, and documentaries.
The Health Center at Lyndon offers outpatient medical care at no cost to registered Lyndon students.
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The Vail Center has classrooms, and teachers' offices, especially English, mathematics, and education. It also contains the bookstore, student center, and snack bar. The science wing contains classrooms and laboratories. There is a television wing for the television studies and is home to News 7, LSC's daily live broadcast facility. It also contains the small Alexander Twilight Theater. It is connected to the Library and Academic Center (LAC).
LAC contains classrooms, a 24-hour computer lab, and the three-floor Samuel Read Hall Library.
The Harvey Academic Center is located at the center of campus, and houses offices and classrooms for Recreation Studies, as well as for other classes.
SC has 12 NCAA sponsored teams ,which include:
There are over 25 student clubs at Lyndon State College. They include:
Lyndon State College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
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