Students started the fall semester in new classrooms at CCV- Montpelier, but on October 4, 2012 staff opened the doors to neighbors and friends for a Community Open House celebration.
In 2011, two-time Purple Heart recipient Andrew Harris retired after serving 20 years in the Navy and with the Army National Guard as part of the 1st-101st Field Artillery unit.
When Hannah LaPlaca started her senior year at Mid-Vermont Christian School, many of her classmates already knew what they would do next. Hannah wanted to go to college, but she was anxious about moving away from her family, and worried about taking on debt when she had no clear vision of what she would do […]
When CCV was founded in the seventies, its unique, part-time faculty model offered a cost-effective way to deliver instruction throughout the state. Today, more than 700 practicing professionals teach at 12 academic centers, and 175 teach online courses.
CCV students earning an associate in environmental science can now continue their studies at UVM’s Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR). This new transfer agreement offers Vermonters another option for acquiring a B.S. degree, and access to in-demand careers in a rapidly growing field.
CCV-Winooski was one of five commercial buildings to receive a 2012 Vermont Going Green award from the Vermont Green Building Network.
One hundred and fifty CCV staff gathered for a day of staff development at CCV-Montpelier on September 28, 2012.
On August 1 2012 The J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation announced over $450,000 in grants to support of programs that further the Foundation’s mission of improving access to college and career education for all Vermonters.
On June 2, 2012, nearly three thousand faculty, staff, and friends and relatives of students from CCV’s 12 academic centers gathered to honor the largest graduating class in the College’s history.
On April 28, 2012, CCV’s Civic Engagement Committee launched an annual “CCV Day of Service” when students, faculty, and staff joined the White River Partnership to plant trees along the banks of the White River in Hartford.