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Pay for College

Tuition

Academic Year 2016 -2017
In-State Students – $253/credit
Out-Of-State Students –  $506/credit
NEBHE Students/Good Neighbor*- $253/credit

Academic Year 2017 -2018
In-State Students* – $261/credit
Out-Of-State Students –  $522/credit
NEBHE Students/Good Neighbor*- $261/credit

Fees

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Do you need to pay a CCV bill or wondering when your payment is due? Check out our payment options or our payment deadlines.

Administrative (non-refundable)- $75
Independent Study – $80
Field Experience – $80
Textbooks – varies by semester
Course-Specific Fees – vary (check the Course Schedule for info)
Non-Credit Workshops – vary (check the Course Schedule for info)
Assessment of Prior Learning – $300
Course Challenge – Cost of one credit hour
Focused Portfolio Development – $200
Evaluation of Transcripts from Other Colleges – Free

Auditing a Class

Students may register to “audit” CCV classes for which they are academically prepared. The cost is the same as when taking the course for credit; however, students will not receive an evaluation, course grade, or credit for the course. Audit status must be declared at time of enrollment. View our Course Audit Policy.

*Applies to students who are permanent residents of and living in counties bordering Vermont. (Cheshire, Sullivan, Grafton, and Coos counties in New Hampshire, Franklin and Berkshire counties in Massachusetts, and Clinton, Essex, Rensselaer, and Washington counties in New York). Students may also be eligible if they are enrolled in a New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) approved program that is not available in their home New England state (not including New York).

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CCV – Vermont Is Our Campus

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

  • “CCV students aren’t afraid to wrestle with complex issues. In Community & Restorative Justice, my students developed approaches in treating drug-possession crimes as a matter of public health, not just public safety. Enroll and help reform our criminal justice system.”

    TJ Donovan Vermont State Attorney General,
    CCV Instructor