CCV is a public college located in Montpelier, Vermont. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 811 undergraduate students. The CCV acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Business, and Medical Assistant. Graduating 30% of students, CCV alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $25,800.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.26 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.26 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.26 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities188 Graduates
Medical Assistant58 Graduates
Early Childhood Education45 Graduates
Public Administration44 Graduates
Lab Technician23 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies20 Graduates
Graphic Design16 Graduates
Environmental Science14 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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Employed 2 Years After Graduation
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Community College of Vermont Reviews
As a young parent of two kids and working full time, going back to school is not easy. The classes, professors and counselors at CCV really help make the process easier! The school is convenient with many choices of the classes you need either in class or online! To be more productive against the surrounding schools, I believe the college should expand on the classes that they allow and/or the degrees they give out. I personally am perusing an Allied Health Certificate at CCV in order to transfer to another college to pursue a nursing degree. Having other options than just certificates would be beneficial, like a science based associate degree.. although being a smaller community college what it has is expected. I will continue to attend CCV because it works great for my hectic lifestyle.
very accommodating class wise and teacher student relationship wise. I enjoy the option of being able to work full time and take classes online as well. Biggest downside with this college is the major LACK of help when it comes to financial aide. They are not accommodating when it comes to helping students pay for college. It's more of a pay or get out type of system. Fiancial advisor seems to be sorry quite a bit but does not give other options. Choose the right guidance counselor as well. Some are great! Others don't seem to really care or answer your questions well to help better your future. Can sometimes seem burdened. The teachers and the classes are wonderful. Fair grading system, and classes are well taught.
I have had such a great experience at Community College of Vermont (CCV). I have been attending since 2015 and will finally be able to graduate before then end of 2019. A career path has never been pushed onto me and everyone has been so amazing. The advisors are so amazing, whatever I need they are there and go above and beyond in making this college like a home. We are all family here and that was something I was scared of when I started at CCV. I was worried that I would be all alone and that's not the case at all. My fellow students and instructors are just as amazing. My instructors all understand that life happens and they will accommodate within reason. I could never have asked for a better college experience. I wouldn't change anything about CCV. They are a very family and community oriented college which is great for students who have families.