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Take Exit 9E (Troy/Bennington) and follow Route 7 East toward Vermont. Less than 1 mile from the college is a Hampton Inn (51 Hannaford Square; 866-372-8688 or 802-440-9862).
This facility was built in 2005 and features an indoor pool.
One mile away is the inexpensive Best Western New Englander (220 Northside Dr.; 802-442-6311).
This facility has an outdoor pool and lawn games in the summer.
"My professors are engaging, brilliant, motivated, and present.
I'm grateful to have them as my mentors." "Professors are well-informed, enthusiastic, and clearly love their jobs." Informally, "there is an unspoken rule that all professors go by their first names; this really fosters a friendly and equal relationship between teachers and students." "Classes are strongly discussion based" and the "small class sizes make it so you receive a lot of personalized attention in and out of class." While the college demonstrates "remarkable adherence to the real liberal arts (grammar, logic, and rhetoric)," Bennington provides a forward-looking "alternative education that puts an emphasis on personal and professional development." While some students feel that course "registration could be much smoother and less stressful," the classes themselves are "rigorous and intimate," and "the work assigned is almost always very interesting." In addition to their self-directed studies on the "beautiful campus" in Vermont, students love the school's annual seven-week Field Work Term, which places students in professional internships off-campus: "For our mandatory Field Work Term period, we have to find internships in the real world every year." The combination of the Field Work Term and the Plan Process, according to students, produces an "individualized education that actually means something." In short, according to its undergrads, "Bennington is about community living, cooperation, planning your life ahead, and designing your own education." Students here are quirky, interesting, and self-aware.
The Jeanne Clery Act requires colleges and universities to disclose their security policies, keep a public crime log, publish an annual crime report and provide timely warnings to students and campus employees about a crime posing an immediate or ongoing threat to students and campus employees.From the Albany area, follow Route 7 East toward Vermont. Follow for less than a mile (Home Depot is on your right).After second set of lights, the College entrance is on the right. Follow College Drive up the hill to the Campus Safety booth (on your left).Visitors' parking is located to the right across from the Campus Safety booth.
From the New York City area, take I-87 to I-787 North (Exit 23) toward Downtown Albany/Rensselaer/Troy.
The school encourages students to travel green with its bike share programs and carpooling incentives.