At CCV, you can.
Worried about fitting college into your busy life?
At CCV, we offer flexible scheduling, including daytime, evening, weekend, and accelerated classes. We also have over 300 online classes to choose from each semester, so you can go to school when and where it’s convenient for you. Our degrees and certificates are designed to help you succeed in high-demand fields, from early childhood education to healthcare, and from STEM studies to graphic design.
Virginia Litchfield wanted to create a better life for her family, but needed to be able to balance work, school, and parenting. At CCV, she could. Virginia graduated in 2019 with a degree in liberal studies and transferred to Northern Vermont University.
Wondering how you’ll afford college?
At CCV, we offer the lowest cost per credit 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 with a business degree in 2019.
Want a more supportive college experience?
At CCV, academic advisors offer one-on-one guidance, and our faculty are experts in their field. We offer online and in-person tutoring services, financial aid counselors at every CCV location, and comprehensive support services for veterans and military-connected students.
Brenden and Laura McCutcheon served in the military together before settling in Rutland to raise their family. They knew a college degree would give them more opportunities, and they found a welcoming, supportive learning community at CCV. Brenden and Laura graduated from CCV in 2019 and transferred to bachelor’s degree programs at Castleton University.
Want to be part of a community that cares about your success?
At CCV, you’ll study in small, interactive classes with instructors who want to see you succeed. Our classrooms include people from all walks of life, from high school students to veterans to adults seeking a new career.
Chrystal Appia came to CCV because she wanted to experience small classes, get one-on-one support from her instructors, and build relationships with her classmates and community. She is a STEM studies major who plans to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program in biology.