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- Student LifeC+
Vermont Tech is a public college located in Randolph, Vermont. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 987 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the Vermont Tech acceptance rate is 68%. Popular majors include Nursing, Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), and Electrical Engineering Technician. Graduating 51% of students, Vermont Tech alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $42,000.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.18 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.16 responses
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Most Popular Majors
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)121 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician47 Graduates
Veterinary Technician and Assistant29 Graduates
Dental Hygiene23 Graduates
Mechanical Engineering Technician20 Graduates
Diesel Mechanics17 Graduates
Architectural Engineering Technician14 Graduates
Equine Studies14 Graduates
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Vermont Technical College Reviews
Only one of my classes was meant to be online and that class went smoothly and was clear. The other professors got thrown into teaching online and it was new to everyone. Some of my courses got easier because my professor was compensating for not being able to give us in-person labs and lectures. One of my classes got harder, because the professor was new at teaching and information wasn't always clear. I did speak with some of my professors about how online teaching could be better and more successful if we have to do it again in the future. I was happy to hear that they were already thinking about it and agreed that trying to structure it more like a regular class would be useful.
There is a great support structure available to students: Academic counselors, tutoring, someone from VSAC is there weekly and you can set up a meeting with them, and all teachers and staff are friendly and very helpful. I really enjoy my classes and have learned a lot. I appreciate the hands-on experiences because it provides a well-rounded education. Their library is great too. The library is connected to other college libraries so a wide range of books are available to students as well as movies.
Classes were personal and well taught, and the teachers were clearly passionate about their work. However, it is everything else that makes this college a very poor experience for anyone wanting to attend full-time. It's cheap to attend, and you definitely get what you pay for, minus a little. Some areas of the dorms remind me more of prison halls rather than student living quarters. The faculty are severely lacking in assistance with financial aid, housing, and any other non-academic needs you may have while at the college. The school is in the middle of a purely residential community, and the only way to get to the nearest town is with a car, so if you are dorming without a car, I suggest you study up on remedies for cabin fever. The students are primarily...Rural-minded, if you know what I mean. I've attended 2 other colleges in my life, and I can safely say that if you are planning on full-time study, VTC is not worth it.