CCV has special transfer agreements (also known as articulation agreements) with many other colleges that will help you in the process of transferring credits.
CCV currently offers students articulation agreements with the following colleges:
Burlington College is a small, private, nontraditional liberal arts institution located in Burlington, Vermont, that honors each student as an individual. The College offers courses, majors, and degree programs suited to those individual characteristics. These include Associate, Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees, as well as an Individualized Master’s degree program. Burlington College certificate programs include Paralegal Studies, Cinema Studies, Woodworking and Fine Furniture Making, Cuban Studies, Documentary Film-making, Event Planning, Screenwriting, and Film Production. Burlington College offers both campus-based and distance learning programs. Admission into programs is based on student eligibility.
Through a special transfer agreement, Burlington College will accept all CCV courses awarded a grade of “C” or better. Upper level admission requires strong writing and critical thinking skills. CCV associate degree graduates with a minimum GPA of 2.5 who transfer, matriculate, and enroll in at least 6 credits in Burlington College’s campus–based programs are eligible for 20% reduction in tuition at Burlington College as long as they maintain strong academic standing.
Castleton State College
CCV students transfer to Castleton State College because of the quality education they will receive through Castleton’s strong core foundation in the liberal arts, coupled with over 30 programs, including science or professional degree options. Transfer students appreciate the small class sizes and the learning relationships they develop with their professors, who are experts in their fields and who care about student success.
Through a transfer agreement between Castleton and CCV, any student who graduates from CCV is guaranteed admission to Castleton. Students do need to apply, but there is no application fee. A few Castleton programs, such as nursing and music, have more restrictive admissions requirements.
All CCV credits will be accepted and applied to the student’s major as appropriate, then to Castleton’s general education requirements, and finally to the electives that fill out a degree. Getting the balance exactly right can be tricky, but if you are thinking of Castleton, you have the advantage of gaining academic advice while you are at CCV that will allow you to make the most of your time at both colleges.
Castleton works closely with CCV and encourages CCV graduates to continue at Castleton. CSC faculty have learned that CCV graduates are capable of becoming some of Castleton’s most successful students and alumni. They will make the most of a Castleton education and will contribute in and outside the classroom.
Castleton and CCV have developed pathway plans for popular majors so that students who follow the prescribed plan will not have to take more than 64 credits to earn a bachelor degree.
To learn more about Castleton State College and transfer pathways, visit www.castleton.edu/ccv
For questions regarding admission procedures or transfer options contact Raphael Okutoro, CSC Assistant Director of Admissions, 800-639-8521.
Champlain College offers 24 bachelor’s programs in career related majors. Under a new articulation agreement with Champlain College, CCV graduates from the programs listed below who have an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) will be automatically admitted to a corresponding bachelor of science degree program at Champlain. Students with lower averages may also be admitted upon a review of their application by the admissions staff at Champlain’s Online & Continuing Education Division.
- Computer Systems Management
- Network Administration
CCV transfer students may be awarded up to 75 of their CCV credit hours toward a bachelor’s degree, provided that similar required or elective courses are offered in the Champlain degree program. To earn a bachelor’s degree at Champlain, students must earn at least 45 of the required 120 credit hours at Champlain.
Cross-registration over the last several years has established equivalencies in humanities, mathematics, biological and physical sciences, social services, human services, English, economics, education, criminal justice, communications and art. Call 1-800-570-5858 or log on to www.champlain.edu.
College of St. Joseph
The College of St. Joseph in Rutland offers over 32 degree programs in the fields of arts and science, business and computers, education, psychology and human services, and can provide individual counseling to help students design a program to reach their personal and professional goals. Instructors work to incorporate the experience adult learners bring into the curriculum and provide close personal attention to each student. CCV students who have completed an associate degree with an average of 2.0 or better may transfer into a bachelor’s program with junior standing. Call toll-free 877-270-9998, email email@example.com or visit www.csj.edu.
Excelsior’s educational partnership with CCV provides graduates with a clear pathway to a bachelor’s degree. A leader in online and distance learning, Excelsior College awards bachelor degrees in Liberal Arts, Business, Technology, Criminal Justice and Health Sciences. Excelsior will accept up to 105 transfer credits from accredited institutions and grants credit for military service, professional training, credit by examination, and many types of real-world experience.
Current CCV employees and graduates enjoy special tuition discounts, along with fee waivers, coordinated transfer guides, and other benefits.
To get more information, please visit: http://www.excelsior.edu/web/partners/college-vermont, or contact Excelsior Academic Outreach Representative, Laura St. George at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 802-425-4466.
Goddard College awards low-residency BA, BFA, MA, and MFA degrees in Individualized Studies, Education and Licensure, Sustainability, Health Arts and Sciences, Psychology and Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Creative Writing, and Interdisciplinary Arts. You can pursue Vermont teacher licensure in the Education program, at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
Goddard comprises three campus sites: the historic main campus in Plainfield, Vermont, the Fort Worden Learning Center in Port Townsend, Washington, and a community location in Seattle, Washington.
You can transfer 60 to 75 credits to the BA / MA Fast Track in Psychology to accelerate completing your Master’s degree by a full semester, saving you time and money. Goddard also offers $1,000 grants to assist Vermont students in their internships as they pursue state licensure as a counselor. The Psychology and Counseling program is approved by the Vermont Department of Labor as a Workforce Development Program training provider.
Other upper-division undergraduate programs such as the BA in Sustainability, BA in Health Arts and Sciences, and BFA in Creative Writing require 60 credits to enter. The Individualized Studies BA program is for students who have fewer than 60 credits, or whose academic interests lie beyond the scope of the other undergraduate programs.
If you are interested in transferring to Goddard College, please contact the Admissions Office. The application fee is waived for CCV graduates. For more information, visit the Goddard College website or call 800-906-8312.
Green Mountain College
Green Mountain College offers traditional campus-based programs as well as the new Online Advanced Start Bachelor’s Business Program –Vermont’s most affordable bachelor’s completion program.
Green Mountain’s partnership with CCV supports CCV graduates with an easy-to-follow plan to complete their bachelor’s degree, special tuition discounts and scholarships earmarked for CCV graduates. The transfer agreement provides CCV graduates guaranteed acceptance into Green Mountain’s bachelor’s degree programs at the junior level, and transfer of all successfully completed CCV courses.
Its on-ground programs are offered at the College’s Poultney, Vermont campus. In addition, to help reduce the total cost of a bachelor’s degree, as well as to support working students who require additional flexibility, Green Mountain offers the Online Advanced Start Bachelor’s Business Program. The program permits CCV graduates to complete additional coursework at CCV after they start in the Green Mountain College bachelor’s program. CCV graduates work with Green Mountain College academic advisors to select additional CCV courses that may be applied to the bachelor’s degree. Students in the online bachelor’s degree program may apply a total of up to 81 CCV credit hours to the required 120 credit hours of the bachelor’s degree. To review a sample CCV graduate bachelor’s completion plan, and to get more information about on-ground programs or the new Online Advanced Start Bachelor’s Program, please call 802-287-8000 or 800-776-6675, or visit the Green Mountain College website .
Johnson State College
Johnson State College offers CCV students two options for earning a bachelor’s degree:
- the External Degree Program (EDP) which is available through all CCV offices. Bachelor’s degree programs include Business, Psychology, Interdisciplinary Studies, Professional Studies, Education with teacher licensure, Wellness and Alternative Medicine, and more. EDP advisors are available at CCV academic centers.
- Johnson’s campus program, offering students an engaging learning environment through small classes and access to professors.
As a Vermont State College, Johnson offers the lowest tuition for a bachelor’s degree in Vermont. CCV and Johnson work together to make transferring as easy as possible. For more information call 800-635-2356 or visit www.jsc.vsc.edu.
Lyndon State College
Lyndon State College is 100% committed to student success. With small classes, personal attention from dedicated faculty, and a college-wide commitment to assist students to develop their full potential, Lyndon is a great choice for many CCV graduates. Lyndon offers a number of outstanding and unique professional programs within a liberal arts context; careers in business, education, and human services, as well as television studies, graphic design, digital media, and ski resort management are among those available to graduates of CCV. Lyndon is the only four-year college in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont and is here to serve the needs of the Northeast Kingdom. Lyndon provides high quality, affordable bachelor’s degree opportunities to adult students in this region.
A transfer agreement guarantees admission to Lyndon for associate degree graduates of CCV. LSC also provides academic and financial aid advising, and accepts all CCV credits. To start your Lyndon experience, visit the LSC transfer student webpage.
CCV graduates are encouraged to apply for transfer to Marlboro College where they will have the opportunity to direct their education. Marlboro students choose all of their courses, create one-on-one tutorials with faculty members in subject areas of interest, and complete a Plan of Concentration, a two-year self-directed course of study culminating in a series of advanced, large-scale projects.
The transfer of credit to Marlboro is simple, there are no distribution requirements and a maximum of 60 credits, per the Marlboro College Transfer Credit Policy, is transferable. Marlboro College requires a total of 120 credits to graduate and a minimum of 50 of those credits count toward your plan. Click the link below for CCV courses approved for transfer to Marlboro College.
Every attempt is made to make a Marlboro education financially possible for qualified students with demonstrated financial need. All students, including international students, may be considered for merit and/or admissions scholarships. The fall deadline for Financial Aid consideration is April 1st.
CCV students are encouraged to contact Marlboro College and meet with an advisor in their sophomore year to facilitate transfer and begin work on their Plan.
The CCV transfer agreement with Marlboro College:
- waives the application fee for CCV graduates;
- assures CCV associate degree graduates with a grade point average of 2.75 or higher acceptance to Marlboro College bachelor degree programs, subject to admissions eligibility requirements; and
- provides a $1000 transfer award to CCV graduates meeting admission requirements and entering Marlboro College.
CCV courses approved for transfer to Marlboro College.
Marlboro College Graduate School
Marlboro College Graduate School now offers CCV graduates in Computer Systems Management and Network Administration the opportunity to transfer earned credits into their bachelor’s degree program in Managing Information Systems (MIS). This program, which integrates business and technology, is offered entirely online, with accelerated and part-time options available. Financial aid is available. For more information call toll-free at 888-258-5665 or visit www.gradschool.marlboro.edu.
Norwich University offers CCV graduates the ability to earn their Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice entirely online, in less than two years. Through an agreement with CCV, Norwich will apply at least 60 of your CCV credits toward your bachelor’s degree. We are working hard to make sure tuition is affordable for our students. If you are active military, we offer you a lower tuition rate of $250 per credit for the Norwich Criminal Justice program. For CCV graduates not eligible for our lower active military tuition rate, a $500 tuition scholarship is available.
Norwich also offers semester credits for previous career or military training and certifications, allowing you to transfer up to 84 total semester credits and accelerate the completion of your Criminal Justice bachelor’s degree.
With a rich legacy of developing leaders in the military, public sector, and private industry, Norwich is dedicated to your personal and professional success. Norwich offers an extensive support system of staff and faculty whose focus is to help you achieve your goals.
To learn more about Norwich’s online Criminal Justice program, visit online.norwich.edu/ccv.
Southern Vermont College
Southern Vermont College (SVC) offers seventeen career-enhancing bachelor’s degrees in business, humanities, nursing, science and technology, and social sciences at its historic Bennington campus. The transfer agreement with SVC:
- assures CCV graduates acceptance to SVC’s bachelor degree programs, subject to eligibility criteria for admission
- guarantees CCV students will receive academic credit for up to a maximum of 66 credits for courses graded “C” or higher.
- offers a special agreement between CCV and SVC Business and Criminal Justice programs which provides CCV graduates scholarships and excellent transfer opportunities
For more information call 802-447-6304, email email@example.com or visit www.svc.edu.
Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts, with a campus in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, offers a B.S. degree program in Human Services. Students participate in a unique, collaborative learning environment that teaches them how to deliver effective social services and to improve the quality of life in organizations and communities. Eligible students from CCV may utilize an articulation agreement that allows CCV graduates to transfer their associate degree and up to a maximum of 72 credits toward a bachelor’s degree and begin as juniors in the Springfield program. Students considering transfer are encouraged to communicate their intention early with the dean of the school of Human Services. Applications for transfer may be completed online at the Springfield College website. Please contact the admissions office for more information at 800-441-1812 ext. 41 or 802-748-5402.
Sterling College is a small and progressive liberal arts college in northern Vermont. Small size, an environmental focus, and a commitment to grassroots sustainability make Sterling unique.
Sterling College knows that the most rewarding learning is hands-on learning. Whether offered on campus in a laboratory or seminar room, on the side of a mountain, or in a barn or pasture, classes at Sterling are small and foster experiential learning and deep inquiry through close relationships between faculty and students.
Sterling College offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in Ecology, Environmental Humanities, Outdoor Education, and Sustainable Agriculture. Students can also choose to design their own major, examples include: Agroecology, Environmental Justice, Conservation Education, and International Agriculture and Business.
CCV students may receive academic credit for all courses in which they have received a grade of “C” or higher. Sterling College will provide academic advising to CCV students wishing to transfer. Both scholarship and transfer awards are available to eligible students.
Additionally, Sterling College has committed to match in-state public university tuition for all Vermonters who gain admission through Spring Semester of 2014.
For more information please visit the Sterling College website or contact the admissions office at 800-648-3591 ext. 100.
Union Institute & University
The Bachelor of Arts program of Union Institute & University is available in either Brattleboro Weekend (hybrid) or online options, both leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Liberal Studies. Concentrations include Arts, Writing and Literature, Education, Environmental Studies and Sustainability, Global Studies, History and Culture, and Psychology and Human Development. Union Institute & University offers a teacher licensure track in five high-demand academic areas: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Art Education (K-12), Secondary Social Studies and Secondary English.
Union also offers a fully online Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Business Administration, Business Management, Leadership, and Maternal Child Health: Lactation Consulting.
CCV graduates receive $100.00 tuition reduction per credit hour for the first thirty (30) credit hours of registration (minimum time in program) providing a total scholarship amount of $3,000. Financial aid is available for qualified students. Call 802-254-0152 ext. 8900 or 888-828-8575, or visit www.myunion.edu/ba.
University of Maine
The University of Maine, in Orno, Maine, has created a special transfer agreement for CCV STEM A.S. graduates to matriculate into a Surveying Engineering Technology B.S. degree. A surveying career is for the individual that seeks a good salary, likes the outdoors, and wants to work independently. Surveying is a combination of technical knowledge, legal knowledge, business savvy, innovation, and communication skills. Employment is available across the United States — in rural and urban communities.
New England Regional Student Program: New England residents qualify for the New England Board of Higher Education reduced tuition rates.
Sample Pathway from CCV STEM A.S. to Surveying Engineering Technology B.S.
For more information on the Surveying Engineering Technology Program contact: Linda.Liscomb@umit.maine.edu
University of Vermont
Many CCV students transfer successfully to the University of Vermont, the state’s only public university, to complete a baccalaureate degree.
A number of programs are available in UVM’s Evening University, an option developed expressly to accommodate the schedules of adult learners. Transfer and articulation agreements between UVM and CCV are also in place to ensure a smooth transition for CCV students entering UVM.
An articulation agreement with UVM’s College of Arts and Sciences (with 21 departments) guarantees admission for CCV graduates with a 2.7 or higher GPA, provided the student has completed 60 pre-approved transfer credits. CCV degree students are encouraged to communicate early with a CCV advisor, UVM’s admissions office, and the College of Arts and Sciences for specific degree requirements.
An articulation agreement with UVM’s Rubenstein School of Environmental and Natural Resources guarantees admission for CCV graduates with a 2.7 or higher GPA, provided the student has completed a minimum of 60 pre-approved transfer credits, 30 of which must have been taken at CCV. CCV degree students are encouraged to communicate early with a CCV advisor, UVM’s admissions office, and the Rubenstein School of Environmental and Natural Resources for specific degree requirements.
CCV also has a transfer agreement with the College of Education and Social Services, which offers majors in human development, social work, and teacher education. CCV students are encouraged to communicate early with a CCV advisor, UVM’s admissions office, and the College of Education and Social Services for specific degree requirements.
An articulation agreement with the UVM Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders provides transfer pathways for CCV graduates with a 2.7 or higher GPA, provided the student has completed a minimum of 60 pre-approved transfer credits, 30 of which must have been taken at CCV. Students completing a CCV associate degree in Early Childhood Education or Human Services may use their CCV degree to meet the minor requirement of a Communication Sciences and Disorders B.S. degree. CCV degree students are encouraged to communicate early with a CCV advisor, UVM’s admissions office, and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (College of Nursing and Health Sciences) for specific degree requirements.
More information about these agreements is available on the UVM website and by contacting UVM’s Office of Admissions at 802-656-3370. Previous course transfer equivalencies can be viewed at UVM’s transfer guide. For further information, contact your CCV academic advisor or UVM’s Transfer Coordinator, Gabriel Rodriguez (Gabriel.firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-656-4624).
UVM offers scholarships for transfer students, including a $3000 annual Dean’s Merit Scholarship for students with a cumulative 3.1 transfer GPA. Please contact UVM’s Student Financial Services office for more information.
Vermont Technical College
Vermont Technical College offers bachelor and associate degrees in Applied Science and Engineering Technology in more than 20 disciplines, including nursing, architecture, engineering, business, landscape development, automotive technology, agriculture, and veterinary technology. There is now a new campus in Williston, Vermont in addition to the Randolph Center, Vermont campus. Call 800-442-8821 or visit www.vtc.edu.
The Vermont State Colleges
CCV has articulation agreements within the Vermont State Colleges (VSC) system that allow CCV graduates to receive junior status in VSC four-year programs. General education requirements fulfilled at CCV will count toward similar requirements at the other VSC schools. The VSC system includes CCV, Castleton, Johnson, Lyndon, and Vermont Technical College.
As of fall, 2002, credits taken anywhere in the Vermont State Colleges system will appear automatically on any VSC school transcript and will no longer be treated as transfer credits within the VSC. This means students will no longer have to request CCV transcripts be sent to other VSC colleges. It also means that all grades for CCV courses (including “W”, “D” and “F”) will move with a student from CCV to another VSC college. Also, beginning with fall ’02 semester, grades earned at CCV will also automatically factor into a student’s grade point average after transfer into another VSC degree program.