Welcome to CCV Montpelier

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Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) our offices are not open.
We're operating remotely but we're still available!
Appointments are available by phone or video conferencing.
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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:

GMTA currently offers the free Montpelier Circulator service from downtown Montpelier to the CCV campus. Connections from Barre, Berlin, Northfield, Waterbury and the Route 2 corridor up to St. Johnsbury are also available for those traveling from outside locations. GMTA, Capital District Routes & Schedules

Current Students

  • For basic course information and questions, an on-call advisor is available Monday through Thursday from 12 – 5 pm. Check in with the front desk or call 802-828-4060 to speak with the on-call advisor.
  • 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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CCV – Vermont Is Our Campus

No matter where you live in Vermont, a CCV Academic Center is close to you!

  • “CCV students aren’t afraid to wrestle with complex issues. In Community & Restorative Justice, my students developed approaches in treating drug-possession crimes as a matter of public health, not just public safety. Enroll and help reform our criminal justice system.”

    TJ Donovan Vermont State Attorney General,
    CCV Instructor