LYNDON CENTER — Northern Vermont University is looking to bolster online offerings, revenues, on-campus programs and enticements to increase enrollments – among them a pet friendly housing pilot program – while at the same time considers cost saving measures, like evaluating campus buildings for sale, rental, demolition or closure.

Dr. Elaine Collins, president of NVU, which has campuses in Johnson and Lyndon, shared those details on Monday at a meeting of the Vermont State Colleges (VSC) Board of Trustees.

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