Welcome to CCV Montpelier


Updated Center Hours for Spring and Summer 2021:
The building is open for scheduled appointments only, these are also the hours the phones will be monitored.
Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:00pm

CCV MontpelierWelcome to CCV Montpelier! Our center serves over 1,300 students every year throughout central Vermont. Courses are offered for fall, spring, and summer semesters in the morning, afternoon, evening, and weekends. Our average class size is thirteen students to every instructor. The center boasts over sixty instructors with careers in the subjects they teach.

Getting Here:

MyRide by GMT is a request-based, flexible-route, flexible-schedule rideshare service offering transportation to the Montpelier center. MyRide by GMT hours are Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm and Saturday 8am-6pm. For more information visit www.ridegmt.com/myride.

Current Students

  • For basic course information and questions, an advisor is available by appointment. Please call your advisor directly or call (802) 828-4060 to make an appointment.
  • Tutor.com: 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.
  • 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 Sarah Allerton (802-578-4265 / sarah@unitedwaynwvt.org) or Kristin Kany (802-735-4438 / kristin@unitedwaynwvt.org) by phone, text, or email anytime!
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  • "At CCV you get the advantage of having practitioners teaching your course. I can't overestimate the importance of that."

    Tom Hanley Criminal Justice Faculty Member
    Middlebury Police Chief