“CCV is so accommodating; everyone is willing to help students out. It’s just awesome, people really care here.”
Count On Us From Start to Finish
You come to CCV with your own goals, skills, and needs; we provide the support and resources when and where you need them.
Your academic advisor is your main support throughout your studies; your advisor helps you clarify your goals, plan your programs, and choose your classes, and can connect you to the many resources available to you to ensure your academic success:
Each CCV location features a Learning Center, where you can access computers, work with a tutor on writing, math, research, and many more subjects, or connect with other students.
eTutoring offers online help with your studies, 24/7. You can submit a paper for feedback, or post questions about math, writing, accounting, statistics, life sciences and research.
As a CCV student, you have access to our state-of-the-art Hartness Library, and all of the Vermont State College libraries. You can search databases, chat with a librarian, use e-books, videos, and tutorials 24/7 online; or request books to be sent to your home for free.
Each CCV academic center has a staff member who advises and supports students with disabilities.
The federally funded TRiO program is designed to help first-generation and underrepresented students reach their academic potential and meet their educational and career goals.
Proudly serving 800 military-connected students each year, CCV is committed to assisting you in your transition to college and supporting your academic goals. Every academic center has a veterans’ advisor to help you learn about CCV and your academic options, as well as direct you to benefits programs and community resources.
Learn more about our resources.