New Scholarships for Vermont Students!

This year, CCV and the Vermont State Colleges are offering millions of dollars in scholarships, free tuition, and other financial aid opportunities. Generous funding from the State of Vermont is supporting the following programs:

  • Welcome Home Scholarship: Up to $5,000 for Vermonters transferring to CCV from out of state, or students who left college between March 1, 2020 and May 1, 2021.
  • Degree Completion Scholarship: Free tuition for up to 30 credits for Vermonters who have been out of school for at least two years and already have at least 40 college credits.
  • Free Tuition: Free tuition for students enrolled in the following CCV programs:
      • Bookkeeping Certificate
      • IT Service Desk Specialist Certificate
      • Certified Production Technician
      • Graphic Design Certificate
      • Allied Health Certificate
      • Early Childhood Education Associates
      • Childcare Certificate
  • Green Mountain Grad Gift: One tuition-free course at any VSCS school for all 2020 and 2021 high school or equivalent graduates, provided by VSAC. Learn more at
  • 802 Opportunity Grant: Free tuition and fees for any student whose family income is $50,000 or less. This program is also provided by VSAC.

Ready to get started? Follow these simple steps:

  1. Apply to CCV. Our application is free and takes just ten minutes to complete.
  2. Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the VSAC Vermont Grant Application. Find all the information you’ll need to apply on our Financial Aid page.
  3. Reach out to your local CCV center for support! Financial aid counselors throughout the state can answer your questions, help you apply for scholarships, and make sure you’re getting all of the financial assistance you’re eligible for.
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  • “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