Johnson State College Badgers
ContactAddress: 337 College Hill Road Johnson, Vermont
Athletics Telephone: 802-635-1485
Athletics Fax: 802-635-1497
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StaffPresident: Barbara Murphy
Director of Athletics: Jamey Ventura
Faculty Athletic Representative: TBA
Senior Woman Administrator: Renee Breault
Sports Information Director: Michael Osborne
Athletic Trainer: Renee Breault
Key FactsEnrollment: 860 (Men) 1140 (Women)
Student-Athletes: men - 87 women - 65
Sports Sponsored: men - 6 women - 6
Tuition: in state- $9,312 out of state - $20,976, Tuition break/Good neighbor discount - $13,968
|Jamey Ventura||Athletic Director||(802) 635-1285||Jamey.Ventura@jsc.edu|
|Renee Breault||Athletic Trainer||(802) email@example.com|
|Renee Breault||Senior Woman Administrator||(802) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Elaine Harvey||Sports Information Director||(802)-635-1384||Elaine.Harvey@jsc.edu|
|James Black||Faculty Athletic Representative||(802) email@example.com|
|Bill Boldwin||Golf Head Coach||(802) 635-1285||William.Boldwin@jsc.edu|
|Mike Osborne||Men's Basketball Head Coach||(802) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael Loughran||Men's Lacrosse Head Coach||(802) 635-1468||Michael.Loughran@jsc.edu|
|Andy McCabe||Men's Soccer Head Coach||(802) 233-3924||Andrew.email@example.com|
|Charles Yerrick||Men's Tennis Head Coach||802-888-5067||Charles.Yerrick@jsc.edu|
|Robert Gervais||Softball Head Coach||(802) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mark Kaufman||Women's Volleyball Head Coach||802-578-1854||Mark.Kaufman@jsc.edu|
|Greg Eckman||Women's Basketball Head Coach||(802) email@example.com|
|Kristin Cannon||Women's Soccer Head Coach||(802) 635-1498||Kristin.Cannon@jsc.edu|
|Michele Whitmore||Women's Tennis Head Coach||(802) 635-1452||Michele.Whitmore@jsc.edu|
|Shawn Woods||Cross Country Head Coach||(802) firstname.lastname@example.org|
Johnson State College sits on 350 hilltop acres in the heart of the Green Mountains. Our academic offerings span 25 Bachelor's, three Master's, two Associate's, one certificate and 11 teacher licensure programs. Enrollment for the 2010-11 academic year numbered 2,000 students.
Johnson State's small size promotes close student-faculty relationships, creating many opportunities for you to travel, go to professional meetings and/or conduct research with your professors. Meanwhile, our belief in learning by doing encourages you to translate theory into practice in the lab, K-12 classroom, art studio and beyond.
Our commitment to student success is guided by the belief that higher education transforms lives. Whether you want to build on your existing skills or develop completely new ones, we help you to become what you dream.
When you graduate from Johnson State, you will leave with more than a degree. You will also possess the skills, knowledge and understanding that form the basis for career success, civic involvement and a lifelong love of learning.
The Johnson State College Athletics Department offers competitive varsity programs for skilled student-athletes as well as recreational, intramural and wellness programs for all members of our community.
Committed JSC student-athletes have the opportunity to participate in NCAA Division III athletics. We field 12 varsity teams – men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross-country, men's golf, men's lacrosse, men's and women's soccer, women's softball, men's and women's tennis and women's volleyball – all of which compete in the 10-member North Atlantic Conference.
While our teams strive for success on the court and field, we realize there is more to an athletic program than wins and losses. JSC takes a broader view, encouraging student-athletes to develop lasting friendships, maintain a healthy lifestyle, and improve both as an individual and as a teammate. In addition, a top priority is to help and encourage student-athletes reach their potential academically.
However, you don't need to be on a varsity team to enjoy an outstanding athletic and recreational experience at JSC. In addition to our nearly 30 intramural programs, students enjoy on-campus access to the Student Health and Physical Education (SHAPE) Fitness Center (a 7,000-square-foot multi-use facility), eight miles of cross-country trails, a snowboard park, and a 18-hole disc golf course.