Community College of Vermont
That’s right. If you can believe it, families are already thinking about their kids going back to school. While this may be a relief for some, it can also be a stressful time as families begin to think about how to provide all the tools and clothes necessary for school success. Backpacks, pens/pencils, notepaper, clothes, shoes, and jackets are costly and sometimes difficult to purchase on a tight budget. Here are some ideas that can help ease your kids back into the school routine with the necessary supplies and help you feel less financial stress. (more…)
Meet Bruce Baskind, the instructor for our upcoming study away trip to New York City. Let him introduce you to his city along with the exciting class and subsequent trip he has planned for you. (more…)
CCV is hosting a BBQ for veteran and military students and their families at the Vermont State Parks. Head to Jamaica State Park or Waterbury Center State Park on Saturday, August 26 from 11:30 am -1:30 pm. The park entrance fee is on us, and we’ll also provide lunch and non-alcoholic beverages. (more…)
There’s no question about it, getting your degree takes a lot of hard work and effort. If you’re balancing a career and raising a family while earning your degree, it may seem even more difficult. That’s why CCV offers a unique program that helps you convert prior learning into course credit. Take our 5 minute assessment to get an estimate of how many credits you stand to earn for your prior learning. (more…)
New Student Orientation — Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
CCV Location: Upper ValleyWelcome New CCV Students!! If your advisor has not already registered you please call us now to register. 802.295.8822. Orientation is mandatory for all students new to CCV.
Moodle Basics for Students — Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Time: 3:30pm – 5:00pm
CCV Location: Upper Valley
Event Location: Room 102New to Online Learning? Register now for Moodle Basics and learn to navigate around your virtual classroom. Call 802.295.8822.
QR Assessment — Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Time: 10:00am – 11:30am
CCV Location: St. AlbansQuantitative Reasoning is one of The Community College of Vermont’s graduation standards. To be sure all students meet the QR graduation standard, CCV requires degree students to prepare for and take a 55-minute Quantitative Reasoning Assessment (QRA). To gain access to practice information, or schedule a time to take the QRA, please contact the St. Albans front desk at (802)524-6541.