At CCV, I Can.
This summer, all CCV classes will be offered online. We’re bringing you the same affordable, high-quality education we always have, while doing our part to support the health and safety of Vermonters.
I can study online and stay connected.
CCV has been a leader in online education for more than 20 years. Small classes mean you can connect with your peers and get personalized support from your instructors. You’ll also have support from advisors and financial aid counselors in your local community. Online learning gives you the flexibility to study when and where it’s convenient for you.
Virginia Litchfield wanted to create a better life for her family, but she needed a flexible schedule in order to balance work, school, and parenting. Virginia graduated in 2019 with a degree in liberal studies and transferred to Northern Vermont University.
I can get a jump start on college.
CCV is a smart place to get started on a college degree. With Dual Enrollment and Early College, Vermont high school students can earn FREE college credits at CCV. Our credits transfer easily to 4-year colleges and universities, meaning you can start here and save thousands.
Amaya Rogers wanted to save money and be a step ahead on her bachelor’s degree. She’s completing her last year of high school and her first year of college at the same time, for free, thanks to CCV’s Early College program.
I can afford a college education.
CCV offers the lowest cost in the state. Most CCV students use financial aid to help pay for their education, and most of our graduates leave CCV with zero debt.
Dominick Turcotte knew that having a college degree would help him get a better job, but he didn’t think he could afford to go to school. At CCV, he used grants and scholarships to help pay for college. Dominick graduated from CCV-Newport with a business degree in 2019.