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Zion is home to one of the greatest engineering feats of modern times. In 1909, Zion was virtually inaccessible to visitors because of poor road conditions and limited railway. Once Zion became a national park, people wanted to explore it. To make this possible, construction began on a 25-mile stretch of road to connect Zion to the Grand Canyon and Bryce Canyon. Completed in 1930, the Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway and Tunnel is a must see. The 1.1-mile-long tunnel cuts through the vertical sandstone cliffs of Zion, blends in with the surrounding landscape and includes windows to provide views of Zion Canyon. When the tunnel opens up, drivers are left in awe of the spectacular beauty.
- National Park Service


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Colleges & Universities in Vermont


Bennington College

Burlington College

Castleton State College

Champlain College

College of Saint Joseph

Goddard College

Green Mountain College

Johnson State College

Lyndon State College

Marlboro College

Middlebury College Middlebury, VT 05753 Phone: 802.443.5000 From its proud history spanning more than two centuries, Middlebury College has emerged as one of a handful of the most highly regarded liberal arts colleges. Middlebury is unique among these schools in being a classic liberal arts college that also offers graduate and specialized programs operating around the world.

Norwich University 158 Harmon Drive Northfield, VT 05663 Phone: 802.485.2000 / 1.800.468.6679 At Norwich, you’ll develop traits common among leaders in every profession—discipline, integrity, confidence, loyalty and honor—through a wide range of opportunities that will empower you in ways you never imagined.

Saint Michael's College

School for International Training

Southern Vermont College

Sterling College

University of Vermont

Vermont College of Fine Arts

Vermont Law School

Vermont Technical College





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The Cooper Union
Location: New York City
Tuition price: Free tuition for all students. Students do have to pay for housing, lab fees and a $775 student fee per semester.
Value: $38,550 per year


College of the Ozarks
Location: Point Lookout, Mo.
Tuition price: Free, not including room and board
Value: $17,900 per year


United States Coast Guard Academy
Location: New London, Conn.
Tuition price: Free
Value: $98,200 per year


Webb Institute
Location: Glen Cove, N.Y.
Tuition price: Tuition is free for all admitted U.S. citizens and green card holders. This does not include room and board.

Value: $41,500 per year

Macaulay Honors College
Location: New York City
Tuition: It's free for in-state residents. All Macaulay enrollees also receive a laptop and $7,500 in "opportunity funds" that can be used for research projects, study abroad programs, internships and service initiatives.
Value: $5,430 per year for in-state students

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