1 Abenaki Way
Winooski, VT 05404
Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday 7:45am-8:00pm
Friday – 7:45am – 4:00pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
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.
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!
Apply as soon as possible to make sure you can register for classes on time.
United Way Resource Coordinators
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 Holly Micklas (802-829-6048 / 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 necessary.
Hartness Library Books Drop Off now available at the Winooski Center!
The Drop Off box is located behind the building and underneath the carport. Please remember that this is for Hartness Library Books ONLY. If you have any questions, please call the front desk.
Parking & Transportation
Spring 2023 Parking Information
Students driving to campus should register and obtain parking privileges from CCV. Parking privileges allow students to park in the Winooski City Parking Garage at 20 Cascade Way. The garage is located one block from the CCV building and provides covered parking that is monitored and secured by the City of Winooski. CCV can provide an escort to the garage for those who request it. Street parking is limited to two hours and is strictly enforced by the City of Winooski. You can park in the public portion of the parking garage (level 1-3) and pay as you go. Please note, if you arrive before 5pm and plan to stay until after 5pm, you cannot pay for parking all at once and will either have to return to the garage to pay for time after 5 pm or pay via the parking app on your
The $50 fee for obtaining parking privileges is nonrefundable. Once a student has registered for parking privileges online, the fee is added to the student account. Parking privileges begin 2 business days after registering their vehicle and end the last day of class for the semester. Students must reapply & pay for additional semesters
CCV Parking Lots
The CCV parking lot located off East Allen Street is reserved for instructors with valid permits only. Those violating this rule will be subject to ticketing and towing.
The CCV parking area located off Abenaki Way is reserved for those students, staff, or faculty with valid handicapped placards.
Dropping Off at CCV
When dropping off or picking up at CCV, please feel free to pull into one of our parking areas.
GMT provides two bus routes to serve Winooski. Bus stops are located on East-Allen street (#2) and lower Abenaki Way (#9) before the stop sign. Both routes have frequent trips through the day and evening. The Essex Junction route (#2) runs every 15 to 30 minutes between Winooski and Fletcher Allen Healthcare and Cherry Street terminal in Burlington. The Winooski/Riverside route (#9) runs hourly during the day between Winooski and Cherry Street via the Old North End of Burlington.
As part of our LEED accreditation goals, CCV installed 28 conventional bike parking rack spaces and nine vertical mount spaces for our constituent needs. The bike racks are located at the south end of the facility (off Abenaki Way), under the carport, so they are protected from inclement weather. Please do not chain bikes to trees, handrails, or objects other than bike racks.
Through a federal grant, the regional transportation partners (CATMA, GMTA, CCRPC, LocalMotion, CarShare Vt, GoVermont, and a few others) developed a website resource called Go! Chittenden County. The website has transportation resources for individuals and businesses.
These galleries are designed to act as an academic forum for the display of new ideas. Their ultimate purpose is to expose CCV students and the greater Winooski community to contemporary artists, their art, and processes. Artists will display their work for a semester and may be invited to give a community slide lecture demonstrating their artistic process, emphasizing the use of materials, fundamentals of design, and importance of the foundations to developing artists.
Mon – Fri 8AM – 4PM, Sat & Sun – closed. Please call 654-0505 for current hours of operation
- 1st Floor Gallery: Zoie Anastasia’s paintings explore portraiture and landscape by creating shimmering holographic-like images resulting in stream-of-consciousness soft, blurry naturescapes.
- 2nd Floor Gallery: Upcoming: photographs by Micheal Kay
Please contact Dana Lee at email@example.com. We are always interested in hearing from artists who would like to exhibit. Please call to find a space in our schedule.
Other Artistic News
The Winooski Galleries are listed in the locally based art magazine, Art Map Burlington (distributed by Kasini House).
We continue to enjoy the fact that local galleries and museums are part of a map that is printed and distributed throughout Burlington and Winooski each month. Our galleries are listed on the map, and we know this has encouraged more foot traffic through our galleries. Look for the latest copy by the Winooski Reception desk.
Work From Previous Artists