Direct Admissions

Our new Direct Admissions program makes it easy to transfer from Community College of Vermont into programs at our 4-year institutions and complete a degree affordably and on time.

By the year 2025, seventy percent of Vermont's working age adults will possess a postsecondary degree or credential of value. We’re proud to work with partners across Vermont to reach that goal.

Pathways for High School Students

There are many ways high school students can earn college credit while still in high school. You can earn anywhere from 3 to 18 college credits — reducing how long it takes to get a degree, reducing college costs, and challenging yourself through college-level curriculum.

At the vscs there are many ways to earn college credit while still in high school. High school students can earn anywhere from 3 to 18 college credits — reducing how long it takes to get a degree, reducing college costs, and challenging themselves through college-level curriculum.

The Vermont State Colleges are economic partners statewide. We provide trainings, expertise, and services to every sector of the Vermont economy. The vscs are strong partners that can take businesses and employees to the next level.

Workforce Development

Flexible Degree Completion

Want to complete your degree while working full time? Looking for college credit for your work and life experience? Thinking about an online degree? We have options that suit your needs.

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