Things are happening at CCV. Keep up with the latest announcements about our College.
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 multiple programs for Vermont residents. Visit the New Scholarship Opportunities for Vermont Students page to learn more, determine your eligibility, and get started today.
Green Mountain Grad
The State of Vermont, Vermont State Colleges System, and VSAC are providing a gift to 2020 and 2021 Vermont high school graduates of one tuition-free college or training course at CCV or any VSCS school. The Green Mountain Grad program is available to all 2021 and 2020 grads, even if they are already enrolled in a VSCS school. The program covers summer courses starting after July 1, 2021, fall 2021 courses, and spring 2022 courses. Tuition is free, but some courses may have fees, textbooks, and other materials that students are responsible for. CCV financial aid counselors can help with those details.
Classes are officially underway and we’re excited to welcome students back to CCV centers. Our fall 2021 classes are taking place in multiple online formats and through in-person learning, and we’re pleased to offer many resources that are available to help you succeed. Visit our Current Students page to find information on account access and activation, student program and course planning, student finances, and more. Have a great semester!
Best Bet Career Training Programs for Vermonters
The J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation has identified seven “best bet” career training programs for Vermonters in 2021 that lead to a recognized credential and a great shot at attaining a promising job within 18 months. These seven programs are available through the Community College of Vermont or Vermont Technical College.
Students can take their first two courses in any of these four CCV programs for FREE, thanks to generous support from the Vermont Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund. Students can enroll during three windows throughout the year, and each program offers a pathway to additional educational and career opportunities. Funds are available on a first come, first served basis. Students must be new to the academic program and enroll in at least two courses.
CCV is also offering additional scholarships to students who enroll at least half-time in a subsequent semester (fall 2021). Contact your local financial aid counselor for more information.
Additional scholarships for these “best bet” programs are available through the Curtis Fund, administered by the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation. To learn more about VSAC-connected scholarships, call 877-961-4369 to connect with an education outreach counselor.