CCV is an exciting and lively place to learn. The College offers a wide variety of opportunities and resources, but it’s up to you to take advantage of them.
Whether you’re new to college or transferring from another institution, we can help you make the transition. Whether you’re seeking a degree here or elsewhere or just want to take courses for pleasure, we can help you make it happen.
When you enroll at CCV, you join a community. You’ll meet students of all ages and backgrounds. You’ll work with faculty and staff who are committed to your success.
Discover our resources, and discover your future.
- Attend orientation. In a recent survey of new students, 96% of respondents said that the information covered in orientation was crucial to surviving the first weeks of the semester. Ask about orientation at your local academic center.
- Meet with an academic advisor regularly for assistance in selecting courses, planning your certificate or degree program, preparing for graduation and transfer, and overcoming any unexpected obstacles.
- If you’ve already earned some college credits, transfer them toward a CCV degree.
- Get the most from your CCV experience and learn what you can expect from others by reading the Student Code of Conduct.
- Enroll in our college readiness classes to build your skills prior to taking college-level courses. If a semester-long course isn’t right for you, consider a short workshop.
- Enroll in Dimensions of Work or Dimensions of Freedom, a first semester seminar, to discuss interesting topics, refine your critical thinking, and explore the concepts of academic freedom and responsibility.
- Work with a tutor on writing, math, research and computers at your local Learning Center.
- Use the Hartness Library to get materials delivered directly to your home.
- If you have a documented disability, meet with an academic advisor who can provide support services and work with you to arrange appropriate accommodations.
- Prepare for your career and work goals by consulting CCV’s Career Services resources.
- Forge new friendships, explore career opportunities, network with community members, and fulfill personal interests by getting involved in your local and even global community.