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Current Students

CCV is a big place, and is no exception. It’s a big website, with lots of information, lots of links, and lots of PDFs. While we encourage you to surf around a bit—you’ll definitely find valuable nuggets all over the site—we also know that sometimes you don’t have time for a full-blown exploratory mission. You need one specific thing, and you need it quickly. Well, welcome to the Current Students page.

We’ve assembled quick links to access the most pertinent information you as a CCV student might need. No need to search, no need to hunt-and-peck. Use the navigation on the left or below to get where you need to go. And if you do find something that isn’t listed here that you’re forever trying to get back to, chances are others are in the same predicament, so let us know and we’ll get that info added here as well.

Student Self Help

Activate Your CCV Portal

You’ll need your CCV user name (has your initials in it), college ID (seven digits), and the last four digits of your social security number.

Follow the instructions on our Help Desk support page.

Access and Forward Your CCV Email

  1. Visit You can also access webmail using the Access Webmail link found in the footer of every page.
  2. Log in using your Portal credentials. Your username will be the first letters of your first, middle, and last names, and your birth month and day followed by zero. For example, Aretha Louise Franklin was born on March 25, 1942. Aretha’s username would be alf03250.
  3. You will now be logged into your Office365 account. You may be presented with the home screen or your Outlook mail account.
    To Forward Your Email:

    1. Click on the gear icon in the top right corner.
    2. Under My app settings, choose Mail.
    3. You will now be on the Mail Options page. There are four different menu option on the left: General, Mail, Calendar, and People. Click on Mail.
    4. Choose Accounts from the submenu.
    5. Choose Forwarding.
    6. Choose Start Forwarding and enter the email address you would like your email forwarded to. You may also elect to save a copy of the email in your Outlook mailbox.
    7. When you are done click Save.

Connect Your CCV Email to a Mobile Device

There are two ways to access CCV email using your mobile phone.

  • The first option is with the free Microsoft Outlook App. After you download the app, login with (example: and your Portal password. We also recommend that you turn on notifications.
  • The second option is to connect to CCV email using the email program that is included on your iPhone or Android device.
  • Setup an Android device
  • Setup an iPhone/iOS device

Get Other IT Help

Go to our IT department’s general IT support page for any IT help.

Order Your Student ID

  1. Visit our handy Student ID page
  2. Login and upload a head shot
  3. Agree to have $25 added to your student account

View Your Class Schedule in Portal

  1. Log in to CCV portal
  2. In WebServices in the upper left, click on Student Academic Profile
  3. Click on VSC Class Schedule
  4. Select the right term/semester

View Your Grades in Portal

  1. Log in to CCV portal
  2. Go to WebServices in upper left
  3. Click on Student Academic Profile
  4. Click on Grades
  5. Select the appropriate semester
  6. View or print

View Evaluations from Your Instructors

  1. Log in to CCV portal
  2. In the white box that says, “Welcome, [your name],” click “Evaluations From Your Instructors” (it’s a red link)

Search For Course Descriptions or Class Syllabi

  1. View the course schedule
  2. Search either by Subject (e.g., “Biology” in the lower drop-down box) or by CCV location (e.g., “Rutland” or “Online” in the upper drop-down box).
  3. Click on a class. Every class will have the course descriptions and objectives listed.

View Your Degree Requirements in Portal

  1. Log in to CCV portal
  2. In WebServices in upper left, click on Student Academic Planning
  3. Click on Program Evaluation
  4. Select the button for your active program
  5. Click Submit

To view a different major (for example, you are a Human Services major but wonder how your courses would translate into the Criminal Justice major), use the drop down menus to see an alternative program. You can also look at degree requirements at other VSC schools using the codes below.

  • V = CCV
  • C = Castleton
  • J = Johnson
  • T = Vermont Tech
  • L = Lyndon

Print an Unofficial Transcript in Portal

  1. Log in to CCV portal
  2. Go to WebServices in upper left
  3. Click on Student Academic Profile
  4. Click on transcript
  5. Select VUG CCV Undergraduate Transcript
  6. Print

This unofficial transcript is good for many purposes, including high school credit or employer needs. However, if you are applying to another college, the college will want an official transcript. To request an official transcript, please visit our Transfer From CCV page.

Request an Official Transcript

To request an official transcript, please visit our Transfer From CCV page.

View Your Account Activity in Portal

  1. Log in to CCV portal
  2. Go to WebServices in upper left
  3. Click on Student Billing/Financials
  4. Click on Make a Payment/View Your Bill
  5. Select MY ACCOUNT (in blue)
  6. Log in (at left)
  7. Click on any appropriate links.
    • “eBills” (at top) provides a good summary of activity, including the ability to search for previous monthly statements

View the status of your financial aid application / award

  • Log in to CCV portal
  • Go to WebServices in upper left
  • Click on Student Financial Aid
  • Click on Financial Aid Document Status or Financial Aid Award Notification

Add Someone to Your FERPA Permissions

  1. Log in to CCV portal
  2. Go to WebServices in upper left
  3. Click on Student Academic Profile
  4. Click on FERPA Authorization Form
  5. Add a person by selecting their “relationship” and typing their first and last name. Then click “Grant Access.” Create an access code (basically, a password) and give it to the person you added; they may need to provide this access code if they contact CCV on your behalf.
  6. Submit

View and Obtain an Enrollment Verification Certificate

This is a secure self-service provided by the National Student Clearinghouse that allows you to:

  • View current or full enrollment history.
  • Print an enrollment verification certificate to send to loan providers, health insurers or other organizations that require proof of your enrollment at CCV.
  • Check notifications that were requested by your loan lenders.
  • Obtain a list of your loan lenders.

To view or obtain an enrollment certificate, click here. You will be asked to enter your CCV username and password before being taken to the National Student Clearinghouse website. Please contact the Registrar’s office if you have difficulty obtaining your enrollment information.

Degree Verifications

If your employer or another agency requires a degree verification, you may direct them to the National Student Clearinghouse public website They can also request information via mail:

National Student Clearinghouse
2300 Dulles Station Blvd., Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171

Complete the Intent to Graduate Form

  1. Log in to CCV portal
  2. Go to WebServices in upper left
  3. Click on Student Academic Planning
  4. Click on Graduation Application
  5. Follow steps and submit.

Get help with transportation, housing, or healthcare

Connie Beal, CCV’s resource advisor, is available to support you with transportation, housing, childcare, healthcare and financial management concerns. Connie is in the Learning & Career Center at CCV-Winooski on Mondays from 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., but you can email, call or text 802-881-4218 anytime!

Get your hardware and software discount

Dell offers special deals at To purchase Microsoft, Adobe and other software at a student, faculty or staff discount, go to CCV’s Software Store.





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  • “I completed my medical assisting certificate at CCV, planning to transfer into VTC’s nursing program. But I found that medical assisting work is a dead right fit for me. I am continuing for my associate in this program.”

    Francoise Kahindo Medical Assisting Student