100% of students
Before Covid, walking into the CCV center felt like a home. The staff was amazing and friendly, you could walk in meet with tutors and use the computers to finish any work. I have not been into CCV since before Covid but talking with staff online or on the phone they still are just as friendly.
The online tutoring. I was asked a few times to use this and followed the directions of my teachers. The tutor seemed to steer me into a direction that made my paperwork worse than the original. I would then have to start everything over again.
I enjoyed the experience of a diverse group of students of all ages and backgrounds. The faculty and staff are incredibly supportive and willing to help with any and all questions
I have enjoyed everything so far about CCV
I enjoy Community College of Vermont because they accommodate to my needs as a learner. If I need help they are there to help me, and available to answer any questions I have.
I do not have anything negative at this time
The courses were taught by excellent professors. Most of them were very willing to lend a helping hand as needed. My advisor was great at helping me make some key decisions throughout my education journey
There were no local in-person courses. I had to travel nearly an hour to attend a course.
Every teacher, financial aid advisor, and staff member looks out for the student and strives to guarantee their success both at CCV and at other educational and work opportunities. CCV strives to provide the lowest tuition possible for every one of its students and will not cease until that goal is accomplished. The class sizes cater to the individual needs of the student and are more personalized. There is free 24/7 tutoring available for every student and an online library that has a large number of scholarly-approved novels, research papers, movies, articles, and more. Depending on your availability or educational needs, there are online classes, in-person classes, and hybrid classes (a mix of zoom/virtual class meetings and online classwork) available for all.
CCV is a community college so there are no dorms or a cafeteria, but there are vending machines, free meals, and various restaurant options depending on which campus you attend. There are some campuses that are smaller than others so you may have to go to two or more different locations for classes if you are an in-person student.