Community College of Vermont
The fall 2017 semester has begun, and we’d like to extend a warm welcome and remind you about the many resources that can ensure your success this semester and beyond. Visit your local learning center to connect with other students or get help with an assignment, or you can find help online with eTutoring; check out our career services page for information on applying for a job or working with a Career Consultant; buy and sell used textbooks at CCV’s online bookstore; and explore Hartness Library for books, eBooks, documentaries, audio materials, periodicals, and more. You can find all of these resources on our Current Students page. (more…)
A warm welcome to the fall semester from Connie Beal, your CCV resource coordinator! As a member of the CCV community, you may access Resource Coordination, a confidential source of information, advocacy, and support for CCV students, faculty, and staff. Do you have questions about housing, transportation, public benefits, health care, financial help, food, utility assistance, or child care? These are some of the topics that your Resource Coordinator can help you with. (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…)
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.
QR Assessment — Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
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.
Smith & Mount Holyoke Luncheon — Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm
CCV Location: Winooski
Event Location: Classroom 104Faculty encouragement goes a long way in helping students see possibilities where they thought there were none. Please encourage promising students to attend the Smith and Mount Holyoke luncheon on Wednesday, September 20th from noon - 1 PM in room 104. They’ll learn about scholarship programs for women, 24 years and older who are passionate about their academic work and eager to earn a Bachelor degree. Interested students may RSVP to Amy.Stuart@ccv.edu
WORKSHOP with Kay: VTC Nursing application — Thursday, September 21, 2017
CCV Location: NewportThis workshop is for CCV students who need help with the VTC Nursing Applicaiton. Please call 334-3387 to sign up.