Learning Centers

CCV has 12 Learning Centers, one at each of its Academic Center locations across the state. Visit your nearest CCV location page for hours, subjects, and available tutors. As a CCV student, you may use a Learning Center at any CCV Academic Center.

Learning Center staff focus on promoting independent  learning and are available to help students with a variety of subjects and skills including:

  • Writing: develop your skills in all facets of writing, from grammar and punctuation to paragraphing, organization, and development.
  • Math: instruction on math skills learned in CCV courses – from Basic Mathematics through Applied Mathematical Concepts, with additional assistance in quantitative reasoning skills, e.g. reading graphs and charts, making estimates.
  • Computers: gain competence using software such as word processing, spreadsheets, Powerpoint, file management, etc.
  • CCV’s Portal Navigation: activate your account and learn to navigate CCV’s portal to access college information, resources and services.
  • Online Learning: learn the Moodle features used in both online and in-person classes.
  • Library Skills: learn basic library skills to access books, full-text articles, and online reference resources at Hartness Library.
  • Research Techniques and proper citation: learn appropriate use of resources in academic research and writing; receive guidance in MLA and APA documentation.
  • Academic Skills: develop learning strategies that work for you and overcome barriers to success.
  • Referrals: learn to identify and contact professionals such as CCV librarians and other experts to assist with specific needs.
  • Strategic Classroom Support: learn to use and access additional learning resources such as eTutoring and online resources.

*Assistance in additional subject areas may also be available. Check with your local Learning Center for more information.

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

  • “I completed my medical assisting certificate at CCV, planning to transfer into VTC’s nursing program. But I found that medical assisting work is a dead right fit for me. I am continuing for my associate in this program.”

    Francoise Kahindo Medical Assisting Student
    CCV-Winooski