Vermont Tech in the News

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

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...


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.

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...

An exterior view of the Randolph Center campus of Vermont Tech in winter with snow-covered ground and bare trees.

Delayed Start 3/8/18

President Moulton has announced that she is delaying the opening of the College to 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 8th due to winter weather conditions. Read more...

Manny and Bethany accept their awards.

Vermont Tech Engineering Students Receive Professional Recognition

Manny Aretakis and Bethany Bosch accepted awards from the Vermont Society of Professional Engineers. Read more. 


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