We'd love to meet you! Visiting campus is one of the most important aspects of the college search process, and there is no better way to know if Vermont Tech is right for you. Vermont Tech offers a variety of ways to visit including personal visits and tours, Saturday Information Sessions, and Open Houses.
Vermont Academy of Science & Technology (VAST) Information Sessions
VAST at Vermont Tech is a fully accredited high school for motivated seniors and is Vermont's original Early College program. Students can earn their high school diploma while earning a full year of college credits. Tuition is free for Vermont residents! Learn more at one of our upcoming Information Sessions.
Spring Open Houses
Join us to learn more about Vermont Tech. Our Open Houses will allow you to explore our academic programs, meet inspiring faculty, and tour our unique campuses.
Try a Major Day
Try a Major Day is designed especially for high school sophomores and juniors to let you experience first-hand all that Vermont Tech has to offer. We offer hands-on programs leading to careers in many exciting fields: Aviation, Diversified Agriculture, Engineering Technology, IT & Computer Engineering, Nursing & Allied Health, Veterinary Technology, and many more. We’re excited to introduce you to our expert faculty and awesome students!
Save the date for Randolph Campus Try a Major Day: Friday, May 6, 2016
Saturday Information Sessions
On select Saturdays, Vermont Tech offers information sessions and campus tours on our Randolph Center campus. The sessions run from 10 am-12 noon. Registration is strongly recommended.
September 12, 2015
October 3, 2015
November 7, 2015
December 12, 2015 & attend Instant Decision Day for your application decision!
January 30, 2016
February 13, 2016
March 12, 2016
Bridge Building Competition
Model bridges promote the study and application of physics and engineering and help students develop “hands-on” skills. Participating students get to experience what it is to be an engineer, designing structures to a set of specifications and then seeing them perform their function. This competition is designed for middle and high school students/teachers interested in math, science, physics, research, and engineering (STEM areas). Learn more...