Celebrating the Class of 2015

We will hold our  48th commencement ceremony at Norwich University’s Shapiro Field House on June 6, 2015. The ceremony will begin at 2:00 p.m.

We’re pleased to announce that Seven Days Multimedia Producer Eva Sollberger will address the Class of 2015. You may know Eva from her popular, weekly video series, “Stuck in Vermont,” which airs online Eva Sollberger and Sheepevery Wednesday and Thursdays on WCAX’s “The :30.” During her eight years of making these videos, Eva has racked up more than 3 million views online! We are thrilled that she is speaking to our graduates.

This year, over 600 students from across the state will receive associate degrees at commencement. Students representing all 14 Vermont counties will be graduating along with students from 13 other states and 10 countries worldwide. Also among the graduates are 33 active members of the military and veterans. The youngest graduate is 17 and the oldest is 62.

The student speaker for the 2015 commencement is CCV-Montpelier Student Ashlee Brady-Kelly. Originally from Bermuda, Kelly now lives in Barre, Vermont and is graduating with a degree in liberal studies. Ashlee has been accepted to Champlain College and plans to major in social work. Beyond this, Kelly also plans to serve as an interpreter for people in the deaf community.

Lynn Vera of Burlington is receiving the 2015 Community Service Award this year.
An early supporter of CCV’s Introduction to College Studies course, Vera has worked hard to help students of all backgrounds and abilities find their way to college. Currently, she works as a school counselor at the Center for Technology in Essex.

Along with Eva, CCV President Joyce Judy will officiate the event and Lt. Governor Phil Scott will also address the graduates.

For more information on commencement go to our graduation day page.

If you are graduating or plan to attend commencement to support a friend or family member, use #CCV15 when you post on social media!

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    Nicole Hayes ’10 A.S. Human Services
    CCV-Upper Valley
    Masters Candidate, UMass