Deb Stewart Appointed CCV’s New Academic Dean

Deb Stewart Appointed CCV's New Academic Dean

Student success can sometimes feel like an abstract concept; we proudly usher our graduates into the next chapter of their lives, be it continuing their education or starting their careers, and we know they go on to enrich and improve their communities with their experience, but we aren’t there to ...

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Fair Haven Students Get the Real College Experience

Fair Haven Students Get the Real College Experience

Identical twins Kaitlyn and Keilani Pellerin of Fair Haven are in agreement: Intro to College Studies is a lot of fun. The two Fair Haven Union High School sophomores, along with nine fellow students from the school, are spending their Wednesday evenings learning about communication, time management, college financial planning, and ...

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Latest Grant Spurs Further Growth in CCV’s Veteran Services

Latest Grant Spurs Further Growth in CCV’s Veteran Services

Morgan Langlois is one player in the effort CCV is making to provide veterans seeking higher education in Vermont with the support they need to make those transitions. Kyle Aines is another.

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CCV Brattleboro Heading Downtown

CCV Brattleboro Heading Downtown

When the stars aligned for a new facility in Brattleboro, the Community College of Vermont didn’t hesitate in taking the opportunity to grow in size and expand its connection to the community. The renovations at the Brooks House on the corner of Main and High streets downtown are in full ...

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Access to Success Tastes Sweet

Access to Success Tastes Sweet

What better way to celebrate ‘Club to College’, the new pathway to higher education for the kids of the Boys and Girls Club of Burlington, than the age-old sugaring season tradition of sugar on snow.

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Recent News

International Food Festival

CCV Holds 14th Annual International Food Festival

Roughly a hundred hungry students, staff, faculty and members of the general public made their way over to CCV Winoosk on April 9th for the annual event that regularly draws repeat visitors: the International Food Festival. Attendees dined on fare from around the globe, including dishes from Japan, India, Ethiopia, Burundi, and Somalia to name but a few.

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Teaching Tech to Teachers

Trish Weill is pretty tethered to her students.

That’s because students in the design-related classes she teaches are using technologies such as Pinterest, Tumblr, or WordPress, to work and connect with her both in and out of the classroom. Her familiarity with using technology in the classroom was the subject of her breakout session at the Southern Vermont Educators annual symposium last month. And it was a topic the owner of DelishDesign and CCV instructor of six years was thrilled to talk about with K-12 educators.

A tutor works with a student in Montpelier's learning center.

Peer to Peer: The Backbone of CCV’s Learning Centers and Mentor Program

Sometimes success in college is defined by having learned how to learn. It’s not just about asking questions, it’s about asking the right ones.