Vermont, University of

Vermont, University of, officially named the Univ. of Vermont and State Agricultural College, at Burlington; land-grant and state supported; chartered 1791, opened 1800. The university has a state agricultural experiment station, forestry and water resources research centers, and a museum of art.

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