Experiential Academics

Innovation + Higher Education

Why this matters

A UNIQUE, SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENTS, COLLEGES & TRAVEL EXPERIENCES

You don’t often find innovation and higher education in the same sentence, but that’s always been the goal at Verto Education – to create an innovative approach to experiential education that doesn’t derail or delay the four-year college path.

To that end, Verto is extremely proud to partner with a quickly growing consortium of forward-thinking colleges and universities — enabling students to see the world, gain academic knowledge, and meaningful life experience while receiving college credit.

For our partner institutions, we’ve created an ecosystem that delivers the engaged, experienced, and worldly students they seek, when they need them most.

Apply to Verto Education and partner colleges via our free online application
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Receive admissions decisions from Verto and partner colleges within 2 weeks
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Complete 1 or 2 semesters with Verto and earn 16 college credits per semester
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Arrive on the partners college's campus as a 2nd-semester freshman or 1st semester sophomore

Need help determining which college is the best fit for you? Visit our College Counseling resource page to learn more about credit transfer to partner and non-partner universities, begin your college exploration, and connect with Verto’s very own college counselor.

William & MaryWilliamsburg, VA

Student Population

8,817

School Type

Public University

University of Tennessee: KnoxvilleKnoxville, TN

Student Population

22,815

School Type

Public University

The University of VermontBurlington, VT

Student Population

10,267

School Type

Public University

Baylor UniversityWaco, TX

Student Population

19,522

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Binghamton UniversityBinghamton, NY

Student Population

18,128

School Type

Public Research University

University of OregonEugene, OR

Student Population

22,980

School Type

Public University

Bucknell UniversityLewisburg, PA

Student Population

4,362

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Temple UniversityPhiladephia, PA

Student Population

39,755

School Type

Public University

Loyola University MarylandBaltimore, MD

Student Population

5,282

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

University of South FloridaTampa, FL

Student Population

44,000+

School Type

Public University

Northern Michigan UniversityMarquette, Michigan

Student Population

7,600

School Type

Public University

Clark UniversityWorcester, MA

Student Population

3,122

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Grinnell CollegeGrinnell, IA

Student Population

1,716

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Lake Forest CollegeLake Forest, Illinois

Student Population

1,538

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Pacific Lutheran UniversityTacoma, WA

Student Population

3,100

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Wilkes UniversityWilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

Student Population

2,245

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

University of DaytonDayton, OH

Student Population

11,677

School Type

Private, Religious Affiliation

Florida Atlantic UniversityBoca Raton, Florida

Student Population

30,808

School Type

Public University

Colorado State University GlobalOnline (Aurora, Colorado)

Student Population

19,807

School Type

Public

Washington and Jefferson CollegeWashington, PA

Student Population

1,405

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Seattle UniversitySeattle, Washington

Student Population

7,050

School Type

Private, Religious Affiliation

Lycoming College Williamsport, PA

Student Population

1,200

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Lafayette CollegeEaston, PA

Student Population

2,610

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Butler UniversityIndianapolis, IN

Student Population

4,887

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Roger Williams UniversityBristol, RI

Student Population

4,523

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

The College of IdahoCaldwell, ID

Student Population

1,100

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

James Madison UniversityHarrisonburg, VA

Student Population

22,667

School Type

Public University

St. Mary’s College of MarylandSt. Mary's City, MD

Student Population

1,491

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Rhodes CollegeMemphis, TN

Student Population

2,008

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Pace UniversityNew York, NY

Student Population

8,371

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

The College of WoosterWooster, OH

Student Population

2,026

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Ohio Wesleyan UniversityDelaware, OH

Student Population

1,561

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Case Western Reserve UniversityCleveland, OH

Student Population

11,891

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Chatham UniversityPittsburgh, PA

Student Population

2,149

School Type

Private

Susquehanna UniversitySelinsgrove, PA

Student Population

2,300

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Springfield CollegeSpringfield, MA

Student Population

5,062

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Denison UniversityGranville, OH

Student Population

2,285

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Valparaiso UniversityValparaiso, IN

Student Population

3,218

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

The Catholic University of AmericaWashington, DC

Student Population

5,956

School Type

Private

Muhlenberg CollegeAllentown, PA

Student Population

2,340

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Regis UniversityDenver, CO

Student Population

3,961

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Richard Bland CollegeSouth Prince George, VA

Student Population

2,487

School Type

Public University

College of the SiskiyousWeed, California

Student Population

2,473

School Type

Public

Moravian UniversityBethlehem, Pennsylvania

Student Population

2,595

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Illinois TechChicago, IL

Student Population

3,026

School Type

Private

Eastern Mennonite UniversityHarrisonburg, VA

Student Population

1,783

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Hanover CollegeHanover, IN

Student Population

1,104

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Adelphi UniversityGarden City, NY

Student Population

5,391

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Berry CollegeMount Berry, GA

Student Population

1,936

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

High Point UniversityHigh Point, NC

Student Population

4,362

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Portland State UniversityPortland, OR

Student Population

21,848

School Type

Public University

Cornell CollegeMount Vernon, IA

Student Population

1,035

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

DePauw UniversityGreencastle, IN

Student Population

2,300

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Prescott CollegePrescott, AZ

Student Population

840

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

The University of Southern MainePortland, ME

Student Population

6,390

School Type

Public University

Goucher CollegeBaltimore, MD

Student Population

1,425

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Saint Michael’s CollegeColchester, VT

Student Population

1,700

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Lynn UniversityBoca Raton, FL

Student Population

3,093

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Naropa UniversityBoulder, CO

Student Population

943

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Merrimack CollegeNorth Andover, MA

Student Population

3,515

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

Belhaven UniversityJackson, MS

Student Population

4,207

School Type

Private Liberal Arts

International Partner Schools

Transfer credit to international schools is reviewed on a per partner basis, because international programs are typically 3 years in length. We do not guarantee all Verto transfer credits. See college counselor for more customized pathways.

The University of AucklandAuckland, New Zealand

Student Population

41,953

School Type

Public University

University College DublinDublin, Ireland

Student Population

32,387

School Type

Public University

Macquarie UniversitySydney, Australia

Student Population

41,000

School Type

Public University

Alternative Education Pathways

Not interested in attending a four year college immediately after Verto? We are happy to partner with other post secondary pathways—digital skills bootcamps, apprenticeships, and short-term internship programs—that can help prepare you for the next step in your career. Please schedule time with your college counselor to learn more about these options.