Community College of Vermont
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.
The prospect of having another chance at winning $3,000 toward your tuition probably sounds pretty good right now, right? How about prizes of $100 or $500 in textbook money? Not bad, eh? And all you have to do to be eligible is register for fall classes by May 5, 2017. Here’s how it works:
Register for fall classes by May 5, and wham, you’re in the drawing. One lucky bird will be randomly selected and awarded the first prize of $3,000. (more…)
It’s the time of year when people check out seed catalogs and dream of plentiful gardens. Whether you’re new to gardening or have a green thumb, check out these resources for making fresh produce accessible to you and your community.
We’re excited to announce a brand new pathway in the field of bookkeeping. With the Certified Public Bookkeeper program, you can advance your career and your education at the same time.
In one semester you’ll earn the 8 credits and 4 certifications you need to start working as a certified bookkeeper. Then you can advance toward the nationally recognized Certified Public Bookkeeper license by working as a full-time bookkeeper for two years, or continuing at CCV for an Associate in Accounting. Visit ccv.edu/cpb to learn more.
QR Assessment — Thursday, April 27, 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.