“I’ve had this goal and this dream—of graduating from college with a degree—since I was little. This is a really big milestone for me. I had to overcome so many challenges to get here.” Kayce Penn remembers a lot of sleepless nights.
CCV is excited to launch a new online tutoring service this summer. Tutor.com will replace eTutoring. The change brings a lot of perks.
There’s just under one month to go before the biggest event of the year at CCV—commencement! We’ll celebrate our 2019 grads on Saturday, June 1 at Norwich University in Northfield.
More than eighty students from Barre City Middle School got a taste of college at Friday’s Access Day at CCV-Montpelier.
Musakhan was a sort of flatbread, the crust soft and spongy and spread with a light glaze of sumac, onion, and spices. Big chunks of chicken were the main feature, decorated with pine nuts and fresh herbs.
Hanging out with Josh Huffman is just plain fun. Josh is vibrant, charismatic, and genuine.
Spring has finally sprung, and our CCV community is buzzing with activity! Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your own news and announcements with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This spring, 13 CCV students were pleasantly surprised: They each found out that they’d be receiving a $1,000 scholarship for being outstanding leaders.
CCV’s veterans service coordinator Kyle Aines was at the NASPA symposium last month, a nationwide conference for veteran and military student affairs professionals, when he heard a familiar voice.
CCV’s Student Leadership Scholarships are awarded annually to one student from each of the College’s 13 academic centers. Each $1000 award is given in recognition of exemplary leadership demonstrated through academics, volunteerism, and community engagement.