What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend Community College of Vermont?

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Anonymous, Student, Community College of Vermont, Class of 2017

They are willing to do whatever it takes to help make your time at the college a successful and pleasant experience. They expect you to give all you've got for your education and to have fun doing it. Community College of Vermont is an excellent School, the professors and counselors make sure you have everything you need to excel at your schooling time with them and beyond. I am a forty-two year old adult student, I started with nothing more than a GED, they have made my experience a successful, happy learning experience. they have made the age gap of students non-existent, you would never know that there was one.

Anonymous, Student, Community College of Vermont, Class of 2020

CCV is a smaller school so you are a person not just a number. The staff at CCV are very personable and helpful and there is a wide variety of opportunities offered at CCV to help you earn the degree that is right for you.

Anonymous, Student, Community College of Vermont, Class of 2016

  1. CCV staff will help you with every aspect of college life.
  2. The college is diverse and you will be around people from every walk of life
  3. The classes are very interesting and informative
Anonymous, Student, Community College of Vermont, Class of 2017

To start back on the path to a degree, to polish their skills and gain credits before transferring to another school, and to gain knowledge at the lowest cost option in the state.

Anonymous, Student, Community College of Vermont, Class of 2016

  1. Class sizes are small so you are not just a number.
  2. Teachers and staff are always willing to help you.
  3. It is a small quiet school with lots of resources to ensure that everyone can be successful.
Anonymous, Student, Community College of Vermont, Class of 2015

It is more affordable than just taking courses at a regular 4 year university. There are many course options for many degrees. Credits are generally acceptable at any college you want to transfer to.

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