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Saint Michael's College

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Saint Michael's College (St. Mikes or Saint Michael's) is a private Roman Catholic college in Colchester, Vermont. Saint Michael's was founded in 1904 by the Society of Saint Edmund. It grants Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in over 30 majors to over 1,600 undergraduate students. Housing availability is guaranteed for all four years although about 10% of students, mostly upperclassmen, live off campus. History In 1889, priests from the Society of Saint Edmund fled to the United States after widespread anticlericalism seized France. In 1904, they opened Saint Michael's Institute with an initial investment of 5,000.Thirtyfourstudentsaged10to22enrolled,withatuitionandboardfeeof5,000. Thirty-four students aged 10 to 22 enrolled, with a tuition and board fee of 105. Slowly, the school discontinued its high school program. Gradually, the school transitioned from an academy to a traditional residential college. In 1939, graduate programs were offered for the first time. Saint Michael's Playhouse was opened in 1947, bringing prof
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