We are conveniently located in the heart of Rutland City and celebrate cultural ties with many educational, business, and industry neighbors. Our central location, combined with an array of course offerings, affords students rich opportunities to become contributing members of our local community.
All students, faculty, staff, and guests entering the academic center will be asked to wear a mask while indoors.
Want some advice on your next step toward success? Call or stop by the front desk to make an appointment with your advisor.
New Student Advising Appointments (NSAA)
The first step all new degree-seeking students take is to schedule a one-on-one NSAA with an advisor. Please call the center to find a time that works for you! Due to Covid-19, appointments may need to be via phone or Zoom only.
All new degree-seeking students will sign up for an orientation when they register for classes. Check out the schedule to choose the best day and time for you.
United Way Resource Coordinator
CCV’s United Way Working Bridges Coordinators are available to support students with transportation, housing, childcare, healthcare, and financial management. You can reach out to Kit Gallagher (802-598-4932 / email@example.com) or Liz Jarvis (802-735-4599 / firstname.lastname@example.org) by phone, text, or email anytime.
Need help with homework? Get online, on-demand help around the clock with Tutor.com. Students can connect with over 3,000 qualified tutors, drop off an essay for review, and even take practice quizzes. This service is available 24/7 through each Canvas classroom. To sign in to Tutor.com, go to your Canvas course online and find On-Demand in the Tutor.com navigation menu. Click on the link. No further login is necessary.
Academic Center Information
The Rutland campus is located at 60 West Street, right on the corner of West & Wales. The reception desk is located on the first floor by the main West Street entrance.
CCV-Rutland has four computer labs available for students. One, located within the Learning Center on the second floor, is open and available for students whenever the building is open. The other three host many classes throughout the day including digital photography, graphic design, and Adobe Creative Cloud, which all use the latest software.
On the third floor of the building are two 900-sq. foot state-of-the-art science rooms, which host anatomy & physiology, microbiology, chemistry, phlebotomy, medical assisting, and environmental science classes.
On the second floor are two bright, airy, light-filled art rooms complete with deep basin sinks, a kiln, and potter’s wheels. Drawing, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry making, acrylic painting, and pastels are a sampling of the classes offered here.
There are breakout spaces on the second and third floors for students. Vending machines accepting credit cards are located on those floors as well.
Parking is available in the Marble Valley Transit Parking Garage.
One Friday night at the end of each fall and spring semesters, our art students put on quite a show. Each class displays their artwork to showcase their creativity and efforts. Light food and drink are served.
Let’s all do our part! The Rutland center has a Zero-Sort recycling program. Find the recycling bin and throw it in! We also recycle refundable cans and bottles and use the redemption money to support our local student scholarship fund.
The Vermont State Colleges System has gone tobacco-free at all campuses across Vermont. Smoking, including vaping and the use of all tobacco products, is now prohibited on all CCV properties. Opportunities to quit smoking can be found through our partnerships with RRMC and the Department of Health. Ask for more information at the front desk!
60 West Street
Rutland, VT 05701
Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday: 8am – 9pm
Friday: 8am – 4pm