VTC in the News

Winter snow on the Randolph campus of Vermont Tech, looking at the Hartness Library building
Amanda Chaulk

VTC’s Future Strong In Randolph, Says Moulton

"VTC’s Future Strong In Randolph, Says Moulton" is the title of The Randolph Herald's article about the college's plans to sell or convert properties. Read The Herald's full article here...

Photo taken at the Apprenticeship Week press conference of Governor Scott, Commissioner Kurrle and employers
Amanda Chaulk

News Release from VTDOL Regarding Apprenticeship Week

Governor and Labor Commissioner Declare 4th Annual National Apprenticeship Week in Vermont

Vermont Tech celebrates with fireworks over the campus at night.
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech Rises in Rankings for 2019 by U.S. News & World Report

Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that the college has been ranked 19th among the Best Northeast Regional Colleges for 2019 in the annual best college rankings published by U.S. News & World Report. The college has risen in two important cateories this year, in both the public college category and Best Colleges for Vets. As a public college, Vermont Tech ranks 9th in the Northeast region, making it one of the top 15 public colleges in the north for the seventh year in a row. Read more.

Vermont Tech Paramedicine student practices intubating on a simulation mannequin in the clinic.
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech has received full initial accreditation for their Paramedicine program, first in Vermont

Vermont Tech has received full initial accreditation for their Paramedicine program from the CAAHEP, first in Vermont. Read more...

Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech ranks first for highest earning graduates

Vermont Tech ranks the top in Vermont among four-year schools for highest earnings of its graduates. Read more...

A dental hygience student is providing a cleaning to a patient in the Vermont Tech clinic
Amanda Chaulk

Delegation Announces $400,000 for Vermont Technical College’s Dental Program

Vermont’s congressional delegation announced Friday that Vermont Technical College received $400,000 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to develop a program to educate dental therapists, which will help expand access to much-needed oral health care throughout Vermont. Read more...

Vermont Tech student working at a tension-testing station in the metrology lab.
Amanda Chaulk

Colleges are adding programs in a once-decimated industry - manufacturing

With vertical mills, lathes and flat screen monitors at their disposal, members of Vermont Technical College’s Fabrication Club are hard at work in Morrill Hall. Read more...

Savannah Simonds

Vermont Tech Students Awarded SkillsUSA Gold and Bronze

Several Vermont Tech engineering technology students have medaled in statewide SkillsUSA competitions, held recently on Vermont Tech campuses. Read more...

President Patricia Moulton photographed on the Randolph Center campus.
Amanda Chaulk

Vt. State Colleges to give tuition break to returning Vermont natives

A new effort is underway to bring students back to Vermont to help bend the state's demographic curve. A new policy called Welcome Home makes it easier for Vermont natives living out of state to come back and pay in-state tuition at any one of the four Vermont State Colleges. Read more...

Fall on campus
Savannah Simonds

Vermont Tech a Top School for Financial Aid

More accolades awarded to Vermont Tech for aid assistance. Read more.


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