Annual Report

CCV: Where Vermonters Go to College

Last spring almost 600 students graduated from CCV with associate degrees. Of that number,
33 were veterans or active duty military who have served this state and country, 10% were
students who began their college careers with us while still attending a Vermont high school, and
many were new Americans who have settled here in Vermont. These graduates, along with their
classmates from the Class of 2015, represented 10 countries and 13 U.S. states. But what always
strikes me is that year after year, graduating class after graduating class, students from every one of
Vermont’s 14 counties are represented at CCV’s commencement ceremony. And that’s by design.

Community College of Vermont was founded on the belief that all Vermonters should have access
to a high-quality college education at a fair price. Over the course of our 45 year history support
from our donors has allowed us to expand into every geographic region in Vermont and offer the
least expensive college degree in the state; our academic centers are within 25 miles of nearly
every home in Vermont and 50% of our students graduate debt free. Offer high-quality college
education at a fair price: it’s a commitment we’ve made to Vermont, and a promise we’re delivering
to Vermonters.

Today, 96% of our student body is comprised of Vermonters and we enroll more Vermont college
students than any other school in the state. These students are our friends, family members, and
neighbors. They are high school graduates, small-business owners, veterans, grandparents, single
parents, and everyone in between. When you support CCV you are helping a Vermonter earn a
college degree. More often than not our graduates go on to work in the state or attend a four-year
college here, and ultimately, they become the backbone of the Vermont economy. Please consider
a gift to Community College of Vermont.


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For more information on our programs and partnerships, please contact:
Aimee Stephenson
Director of Resource Development
Community College of Vermont
1 Abenaki Way
Winooski, VT 05404

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CCV – Vermont Is Our Campus

No matter where you live in Vermont, a CCV Academic Center is close to you!

  • "At CCV I was able to engage with people working in my field of study. My experience was invaluable to my career."

    Harry Knowles ’11 A.S. Human Services