Thursday, April 12, 2012

BPW Woman of the Year!

Congratulations Kathi Rousselle!

CCV graduate looking to continue your education?

Have you considered doing the External Degree Program? CCV has two Academic Advisors who can assist you in taking classes at Johnson right here in St Albans.The Johnson State College External Degree Program is designed for adult learners, many of whom are juggling jobs and/or family responsibilities along with their studies.

Courses and degree options offer maximum flexibility as well as the challenge and excitement of learning that leads to a bachelor's degree.

Kathi Rousselle

Kerri Brooks

For more information, please check out the following links:
CCV EDP Classes
JSC EDP Classes

TRIO Coordinator in St Albans


The CCV TRiO Student Support Services Program is a federally funded program designed to help students reach their academic potential and meet their educational and career goals. CCV TRiO is funded to serve only 225 students; as such, we have a selective application process that assesses student motivation, academic need and ability to benefit. Admission to CCV’s TRiO program is not automatic; it is a privilege, as we are limited in the number of students we can serve. While CCV’s TRiO program is designed to help students succeed, it takes a commitment by the student to be truly effective.

ADA Concerns?

Should you have questions or concerns regarding ADA in St Albans Community College of Vermont, please contact the ADA Coordinator Sarah Mell.


Introduction to College Studies

Are you a high school student with an interest in college?
Ready to take a class without the worry of how you are going to pay for it?

Introduction to Colleage Studies may be just what is needed! Take this free class. After you pass the class, you will be eligible to apply for a free voucher that will cover the cost of one class usable anywhere in the Vermont State College system provided that you are still enrolled in high school.

St Albans CCV is looking for YOU!

For more information,check out our website!

Faculty Celebration

May 18, 2012.....4-6pm

Hopefully it will be warmer than the last cookout!

Come and enjoy the cook out on behalf of the faculty!

Monday, January 16, 2012

Thinking about Graduating...?

Talk to your Advisor today to get an Intent to Graduate form.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Important Dates for Spring 2012

  • January 9: Moodle Medic returns, M-Th 9 am-7 pm

  • January 23: First day of classes

  • February 12: Drop/Add deadline for spring

  • March 25: Last day to withdaw from classes

  • April 1-4: NEASC visits CCV

  • May 4: Last day of classes

  • May 11: Grades are due

  • June 2: Graduation

Basic Algebra Workshop

If you are planning on taking Basic Algebra this spring, we will be offering a workshop to help you prepare for this class.

  • Thursday, January 19th from 5:30-8:30 pm

Planning on taking a class online?

If you would like to explore online learning or learn more about Moodle then this workshop is for you. Please join us for one of the following Online Learning Workshops.

  • Tuesday, January 10th from 1:00-2:00 pm

  • Wednesday, January 11th from 5:30-6:30 pm

  • Wednesday, January 25th from 10:00-11:00 am

Faculty Dinner

CCV-St. Albans invites all Spring 2012 faculty members to a dinner on January 5, 2012 at CCV-St. Albans. This year's theme will be James Bond.

Getting Ready for Math

Need to refresh your math skills? Join us for one of our two workshop sessions.

  • Monday-Wednesday, January 9th-11th from 5:30 pm-7:00 pm

  • Monday-Wednesday, January 16th-18th from 10:00 am-12:00 pm

Gail Salzman: Studio News

Please take a look at Gail's updated website for information about classes and events.