Saint Michael's College

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Basic Information

Address: One Winooski Park, Box 286. Colchester, Vermont 05439
Phone Number(s): 802-654-3000
Director: Benjamin White

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Additional Information


Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MATESOL), Graduate Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CTESOL), MATESOL and PK-12 Teaching Licensure/Endorsement

School Setting:

In-Person, on our beautiful campus located just outside of Burlington Vermont.

School Schedule (Hours in a Day): evening

$675/credit (program is 36 credits)

Financial Aid:

Federal Direct Unsubsidized and/or Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan

Languages used as a Medium of Teaching: English
Course Levels: Master and Graduate Certificate
Experience Required:

Bachelor’s Degree

Parking Space/Availability:


Support Services:



First-come, first-serve

Admissions Requirements:

A Bachelor’s Degree with a grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 from an accredited American college or university, or its equivalent from a foreign university. 

Official transcript(s) from applicant’s degree-granting undergraduate insitution, any institutions at which pre-requisite work was complete, and any institution at which relevant graduate coursework was completed for credit. 

Two reference forms accompanied by letters of recommendation with original signatures, at least one of which should be an academic reference. (ELL Licensure applicants only: Must have one academic or employer reference — whichever is most relevant — and one from a person who has observed your work with children/adolescents in a professional setting.) 

A resumé. 

A $50 application fee. 

A one-to-two page essay describing your educational career objectives with particular emphasis on the following: personal and professional goals, relevant employment experience, why you wish to study at Saint Michael’s College, and your ability and commitment to undertake graduate-level education at this time. 

Admissions Deadline:

Fall Deadline: May 1, Spring Deadline: Nov. 1, Summer Deadline: March 1

School History:

For over 60 years, Saint Michael's MATESOL program has been recognized locally and internationally as a premier learning environment for prospective teachers.