Community College of Vermont
Commencement is the best day of the year at CCV! This is where we get to celebrate our students’ hard work, persistence and success. This year, over 500 students graduated representing all 14 Vermont counties, 12 states, and 9 countries. It was a day filled with joy and excitement, words of encouragement from speakers such as Eben Bayer, CEO of Ecovative Design, Governor Phil Scott, and student speaker Levi Costa. Head on over to CCV Now to check out our special graduation coverage, including photos, video, and links to media coverage of the day. Once again, congratulations class of 2017, you’ve made us all proud! (more…)
As your summer planning begins, consider ways to keep your household food expenses low during Vermont’s growing season with these valuable community programs:
Crop Cash doubles 3SquaresVT benefits spent at farmers markets, helping households purchase more fresh produce from area farmers! Contact your Resource Coordinator to learn about how to use Crop Cash and which farmers markets near you participate in this program.
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH) and Community College of Vermont (CCV) are, once again, offering an accelerated program to prepare qualified candidates for jobs as Certified Medical Assistants. Enrollment in the one semester program will be limited to twenty participants. Classes will be held on the CCV Brattleboro campus, and all clinical aspects of the course work will be completed at BMH. As part of the joint initiative, BMH is providing full scholarships for eight successful applicants to the program. (more…)
We are excited to announce our new Vermont State Colleges System (VSCS) Direct Admissions program! Direct Admissions gives CCV students guaranteed transfer admission to Castleton University, Johnson State, Lyndon State, or Vermont Tech in one of nearly 50 bachelor’s programs (with more on the way). Direct Admissions students follow a course map that ensures every class taken applies to both their bachelor’s and CCV associate degree, saving them time and money. Visit https://www.vsc.edu/direct-admissions to learn more.
Independence Day — Tuesday, July 4, 2017All CCV locations closed, no classes.
QR Assessment — Thursday, July 13, 2017
Time: 9:00am – 10:30am
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.
Prior Learning Assessment Info Webinar — Tuesday, July 18, 2017Attend a free informational webinar to learn more about your prior learning assessment options and how you can save time and money on your way to earning a college degree. Internet connection with audio required. Join the webinar HERE. Tuesday, July 18, 12-1 pm.