What kinds of resources and supports are available for students?

All CCV students are paired with an academic advisor who helps you meet your educational goals. Your advisor will help you plan for graduation and transfer, explore career options, set goals, choose and register for classes, address any academic or other concerns or issues, and connect you with other College or external resources that can help you succeed in school.
CCV students are also assigned a financial aid counselor who can help you apply for and receive financial aid and guide you in paying for your education.
Students have access to 24/7 online tutoring, extensive academic resources through the Hartness Library, student governance and leadership opportunities, an online writing center, comprehensive career services, and a wide range of external resources that can support you with transportation, child care, food, and more.
VTAEYC has a team of experts in the field of Early Childhood Education for you to access with any questions, comments or needs you may have regarding your career in ECE after you graduate.