Established in 1970, Community College of Vermont is a public, 2-year institution located in Montpelier, with several other campuses throughout the state. CCV offers 13 associate’s degree programs and eight certificate programs, the majority of which are available to complete fully online. Students can take part in experiential learning opportunities at CCV, including professional field experience, community engagement, and internships. The college maintains special articulation agreements with the University of Vermont, the College of St. Joseph, and over 10 other institutions.
CCV is a wonderfully open and accepting college to attend while pursuing your AA or building up credits to transfer. I've been encouraged by almost all of my professors, while also being pushed to excel. While this may not have been my plan right out of the gate I'm certainly glad I've had a chance to stop over at CCV.
Sarah from Rutland, VT
CCV is a wonderful stepping stone for recent high school graduates and returning adult-learners alike. The class sizes are small, the teachers are diversely experienced, and there is access for every enrolled student to a wealth of resources. From their committed tutors in the learning center to the friendly and helpful staff at the front desk, CCV can provide an individualized learning experience for anyone.