personal statement, letters of recommendation, test scores, and all official
Office of Admissions
Green Mountain College
One Brennan Circle
Poultney, VT 05764-1199
This personal statement helps us become acquainted with you as an
individual in ways different from courses, grades, test scores, and other
objective data. Please write an essay (250-500 words) on a topic of your
choice or on one of the options listed below. Please attach your essay on a
1) Write an essay about how your view of the world has changed as the result of a novel, movie or another work of art or literature.
2) Describe an important issue facing your school, community or region and what you believe should be done to address the problem.
3) Discuss your expectations for college. What are you most looking forward to, and what if anything worries you?
Green Mountain College Codes
SAT: 3418 TOEFL: 3418
ACT: 4302 FAFSA: 003687
I understand this application must be complete (transcript, a minimum of one teacher recommendation, standardized
examination scores or alternative, and application fee) before any consideration can be given by the Committee on Admissions.
I agree that the information furnished on this Application for Admissions form, together with all information
received by the Office of Admissions as a result of this application from whatever source, shall be completely confidential and shall
not be disclosed to anyone, including the candidate and their family, except that the Dean of Enrollment Management may, at her
discretion, disclose any part or all thereof to such persons as she deems appropriate.
Green Mountain College subscribes fully to all federal and state legislature and regulations (including the 1964 Civil Rights Act,
Executive Order 11246, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans
with Disabilities Act, and the IRS Anti-Bias regulation) regarding discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age,
disability, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in its programs and activities.
In accordance with Vermont Statues Annotated, Title 16, Statue 176, Sections 1 (c) (1) (C), all colleges and universities in
Vermont are required to inform candidates that credits earned at their respective institutions are transferable to other programs only at the discretion of the receiving school. By submitting this form the student attests that s/he has read and agrees to these terms.