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Maple Leaf Announcements

  • October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
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    Title IX does more than just ensure an equal playing field in women’s sports; it also protects your right to a school environment free from sexual abuse. CCV recognizes October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month with information and resources to assist anyone in our community who may be suffering the impacts of such abuse. Domestic violence, intimate partner abuse, dating violence—all are part of a syndrome that undermines healthy intimate relationships. (more…)

  • You Can’t Afford Not to Fill Out the FAFSA

    Did you know that each year, more than $2 billion of financial aid goes unclaimed? To get this money for college, all you need to do is fill out one form: the FAFSA.

    The best part is that the new form is available beginning October 1, giving you more time to complete it. Also, the application will now ask for tax information you’ve already completed, eliminating guesswork and giving you a more accurate picture of what money you could receive. If you need more reasons to apply, consider that every Vermont student who files their FAFSA by Halloween is eligible to win a $1,000 FAFSA completion scholarship! So why not? (more…)

  • Nominate CCV Student Leaders for Scholarship

    2016 leadership scholarship recipientsThese are the smiling faces of last year’s Student Leadership Scholarship recipients. We will honor our student leaders once again this year by awarding up to thirteen scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each. Where do you come in? We need you—our faculty, staff, and students—to make nominations for this year’s honorees. (more…)

  • Neighbors Pay In-State Tuition
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    We’re pleased to announce that residents of certain counties in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New York will be eligible for in-state tuition beginning in the fall 2016 semester. The new program will apply to all degree-seeking students who live in Cheshire, Sullivan, Grafton, and Coos counties in New Hampshire, Franklin and Berkshire counties in Massachusetts, and Washington and Rensselaer counties in New York. (more…)


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  • “When I started at CCV I was nervous, but once I started taking classes it was fine. It’s a really great environment and the advisors are all really good.”

    Justin Mason CCV-Newport