Sterling College is an environmentally focused four-year private college that combines traditional academics with experiential learning. Courses provide opportunities for experiential learning both in and out of the classroom. The average class size is 8. Sterling offers an integrated curriculum, a comprehensive internship program, and global field studies to places such as Mexico, Scandinavia, and Labrador. Academic majors include Outdoor Education, Sustainable Agriculture, Environmental Humanities, Ecology, and a popular Self Designed Major option. The campus consists of 14 buildings on 130 acres, an additional 300-acre boreal forest and access to some of the best outdoor recreation in the Northeast. Sterling College has a strong financial aid program and is one of seven Work Colleges in the US.
North America - Northeast
Clientele - Age
Youth (Ages 1-5), Youth (Ages 5-12), Youth (Ages 12-18), Young Adults (Ages 18-25), Adults (Ages 25-65)
Areas of Focus
Environmental Education, Colleges & Universities, Outdoor Programs