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The Community College of Vermont is the second largest college in Vermont with twelve academic centers located around the state and Vermont’s most robust online education system. We serve over 7,000 students each semester who come from all walks of life and range in age from sixteen to seventy-five. They’re veterans, they’re single parents, they’re refugees, they’re traditional college students, and more. We employ over 800 part-time faculty each semester who work in all fields, in the private sector, in government, and for themselves. And we are the most affordable path to a post-secondary degree in Vermont. Simply put, if you’re a journalist in need of a source or you’re looking for story ideas, chances are we can help you out.

Looking for some basics about the College? Check out our Facts & Figures.

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