Print Now
Close Window

VSC Enrollment Consortium Agreement

By agreement of the five Vermont State Colleges (Castleton, Lyndon, Johnson, Vermont Tech, and the Community College of Vermont), students enrolled at any VSC institution may simultaneously enroll in courses at other VSC institutions and receive full credit for those courses at their home institution. This agreement eliminates duplication of registration or other enrollment fees and students receive financial aid based upon their total credit enrollment within the VSC. Course-specific fees of $100 or more are reimbursed by the student to the institution where those fees are incurred.

Students seeking to benefit by this agreement must ensure that course work will meet program requirements at the home institution prior to enrolling at the other VSC institution. Registration for courses at other VSC institutions will be through the home institution. The school-specific policies and procedures regarding degree requirements, transfer credits, placement levels, refund policies, and add/drop/withdraw dates and procedures that pertain to each student are those of the home institution. When registering, it is important that students receive information and advising based on their own school’s policies and procedures. Therefore, students will register at their home institutions (or online via Web Services, with home institution approval) for all courses to be taken within the VSC, regardless of where the course will be taken.

Students enrolled in the LPN program are not eligible for the VSC enrollment consortium because of the divergent calendar of the LPN program.

Students who desire to enroll exclusively at another VSC school other than their home institution may do so for a maximum of two terms. To be eligible for this, students must be matriculated at the home institution and must secure written permission in advance of their enrollment from the home institution.

Courses taken at any VSC institution will be included in GPA calculations at the home institution.