“CCV is so accommodating; everyone is willing to help students out. It’s just awesome, people really care here.”

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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:

Learning Center

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.

Hartness Library

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.

Disability Services

Each CCV academic center has a staff member who advises and supports students with disabilities.

TRiO Services

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.

Veteran Services

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.