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You’ve served your country. CCV is prepared to serve you. Our high-quality courses and small class sizes ensure you’re in the right place to enhance your skills, deepen your knowledge, and strengthen your employment prospects. CCV serves nearly 400 veteran and military students each semester. Some enroll in a single class, others in a degree program, but they all receive specialized support from our Veterans & Military Services Team. Whether it’s navigating the steps to get started, accessing your military education benefits, answering your questions, or helping you map your future plans and goals, CCV is here for you. We understand your needs and we’re honored you have chosen to pursue your academic career with us.

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Getting Started

Checklists and information to give you a smooth kick off at CCV, from applying for admissions to attending Orientation and every step in between.

Apply For And Use Benefits

You earned your veterans benefits, now take advantage of them to pay for college. Learn about the various educational benefits you may qualify for and how to access them.

Access OurServices and Resources

Learn more about ways veteran and military students have an enhanced experience at CCV including our Smart Pen program, tutoring, and online community.

Meet Our Team

We’re here for you! Get to know our knowledgeable and friendly staff, along with who to contact when you have questions or require assistance.

Enhanced services for military veterans at CCV are funded by the J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation, the Hoehl Family Foundation, and Bari and Peter Dreissigacker. GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government web site at

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  • “CCV is a place for me to broaden my horizons and experience cultural diversity in its most basic forms. It’s a true place of unity.”

    Michael Thomas-Adam CCV-Winooski