Veteran Matthew Hayes at work in the CCV Newport art room.


As a veteran you have given your all to our country. Now let CCV give you the assistance you may need in getting started with college. Whether you have transitioned out of the military, are still serving, or are a military dependent, CCV is dedicated to accompanying you every step of the way to meet your educational goals. As a first step, we can help you navigate the process of accessing your GI Bill Benefits, which in some cases will fully cover the cost of a CCV degree. Serving nearly 400 military connected students each semester, CCV understands your unique needs and is proud you have chosen us to pursue your academic career.

CCV has a dedicated veterans’ advisor at each academic center who is trained to assist military connected students with their academic success. Additionally, CCV has a veteran and military resource advisor who assists students with success inside and outside of school.

Kyle Aines

For specific questions or to set up your initial veterans’ benefits advising session, please contact the resource advisor for your region of Vermont listed above. For general questions and concerns, email

Free Workshops

CCV offers free workshops to military personnel and their dependents. Check back periodically for offerings.


Enhanced services for military veterans at CCV are funded by the J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation, Bari and Peter Dreissigacker, Dave Stiller, and the Vermont Community Foundation. CCV is a Military Friendly® School

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  • “The partnership with CCV has been instrumental. The instructors have been so enthusiastic and supportive and I think they really lay the cornerstone to a successful career in healthcare. We could not be doing the TCA Ladder program without them.”

    Susan Anderson-Brown Director of Human Resources
    Visiting Nurse Association of
    Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties