The Community College of Vermont is one of five members of the Vermont State Colleges System and has been accredited since 1975 by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. CCV is a nonresidential college providing affordable education to nearly 7,000 students each semester. Our open admissions policy and broad transfer opportunities make it possible for everyone to access higher education. With twelve locations and extensive online learning options, our students don’t have to travel far from their communities to access degree and certificate programs, continuing education opportunities, and academic support services. Whether you want an associate degree or just a few classes, you can start your college education at CCV.

The College

  • Vermont’s second largest college, serving nearly 12,000 students each year
  • There’s a CCV location within 25 miles of nearly every Vermonter
  • Most affordable tuition of any college in Vermont
  • Convenient class schedules with day, evening, weekend, and online course options
  • Average class size of 13


  • Bennington, 324 Main Street, 802-447-2361
  • Brattleboro, 41 Harmony Place, 802-254-6370
  • Center for Online Learning, 802-334-4451
  • Middlebury, 10 Merchants Row, 802-388-3032
  • Montpelier, 660 Elm Street, 802-828-4060
  • Morrisville, 197 Harrell Street, 802-888-4258
  • Newport, 100 Main Street, 802-334-3387
  • Rutland, 60 West Street, 802-786-6996
  • Springfield, 307 South Street, 802-885-8360
  • St. Albans, 142 South Main Street, 802-524-6541
  • St. Johnsbury, 1197 Main Street, 802-748-6673
  • Upper Valley, 145 Billings Farm Road, White River Jct., 802-295-8822
  • Winooski (serving greater Burlington), 1 Abenaki Way, 802-654-0505
  • Central Administration 660 Elm Street, PO Box 489, Montpelier, 802-828-2800

Unique Characteristics

  • Associate Degree and/or Certificate programs that are available 100% online: 16
  • Courses each fall and spring semester: 1,000
  • Degree students receiving financial aid: 47%
  • Graduates in the class of 2015 who reported being employed, continuing their education, or serving in the military within 6 months after graduating:  94%
  • Extensive transfer agreements with 20+ four-year colleges, including the University of Vermont and the Vermont State Colleges