Classes at CCV
Our 12 Academic Centers place a college classroom within 25 miles of every Vermonter. Our online classes allow you to "attend class" anytime, anywhere. Whichever you choose, you'll have access to CCV Advisors, Computer Labs, Learning Centers, and other student services.
CCV faculty members are community professionals who bring practical experience as well as traditional academic credentials to the classroom. It's common to find a local lawyer teaching Business Law, a professional accountant teaching Federal Taxes, or a day-care director teaching Child Development. CCV faculty share a strong commitment to student learning and success.
CCV is committed to preparing students to function in an increasingly digital and electronic workplace and global community. Enrollment in CCV courses generally requires internet access for a variety of purposes, including use of the websites, use of the VSC portal for access to course evaluations and grades, use of the Hartness Library Services (serving CCV students statewide), and for degree students, use of specialized functions such as Degree Audit.
Certain courses may require additional computer technology, such as a broadband Internet connection and a webcam and headset. CCV can provide internet access and assistance to students in our 12 learning centers. If you have concerns about internet access, please consult with a CCV advisor.
The Hartness Library System gives you access to thousands of books and electronic periodicals. We offer library video tutorials and online workshops, as well as research assistance via phone and email.