Shorey-Harvey Scholarship Fund

Awarded to Vermont residents who are full-time students at one of the Vermont State Colleges and has an interest in education.

Awarded to Vermont residents who are full-time students at one of the Vermont State Colleges and has an interest in education.

Robert G. Clarke Scholarship

Awarded annually to a first-generation student who is enrolled at one of the Vermont State Colleges and is in their final year of a degree program.

Awarded annually to a first-generation student who is enrolled at one of the Vermont State Colleges and is in their final year of a degree program.

C.V. Starr Scholarship

Awarded to a Vermont resident on the basis of need and academic achievement.

Awarded to a Vermont resident on the basis of need and academic achievement.

Bridges to Vermont Scholarship

Awarded to a non-Vermont resident entering their second year.

Awarded to a non-Vermont resident entering their second year.

VTC Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship

A half-tuition scholarship is provided to any individual who can provide proof of Valedictorian and Salutatorian status from a Vermont public school, approved independent school, or recognized independent school. Students must have graduated from high school within the last 10 years and graduated in a class of at least 10 […]

A half-tuition scholarship is provided to any individual who can provide proof of Valedictorian and Salutatorian status from a Vermont public school, approved independent school, or recognized independent school. Students must have graduated from high school within the last 10 years and graduated in a class of at least 10 students. The scholarship is for Vermont residents and is renewable for up to eight consecutive semesters provided the student remain enrolled full-time and maintain a semester GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Determination of Valedictorian/Salutatorian will be based on the graduating school’s standard practice and receipt of spring semester grades consistent with historical academic performance.

Green Mountain Scholarship

The Green Mountain Scholarship is awarded only to Vermont residents. This merit-based scholarship is available to first-time first-year students enrolled full time.  The scholarship is renewable for up to 4 years when the student maintains a cumulative 2.5 GPA. Changes in on-campus residency status will result in scholarship adjustments.  Cannot […]

The Green Mountain Scholarship is awarded only to Vermont residents. This merit-based scholarship is available to first-time first-year students enrolled full time.  The scholarship is renewable for up to 4 years when the student maintains a cumulative 2.5 GPA. Changes in on-campus residency status will result in scholarship adjustments.  Cannot be combined with full tuition waivers or other merit based scholarships.

Presidential Scholarship

The Presidential Scholarship is awarded only to out-of-state students.  This merit-based scholarship is available to first-time, first-year students enrolled full time. The scholarship is renewable for up to 4 years when the student maintains a cumulative 2.5 GPA.  Changes in residency status (in-state, Good Neighbor or Regional Student Program) will […]

The Presidential Scholarship is awarded only to out-of-state students.  This merit-based scholarship is available to first-time, first-year students enrolled full time. The scholarship is renewable for up to 4 years when the student maintains a cumulative 2.5 GPA.  Changes in residency status (in-state, Good Neighbor or Regional Student Program) will result in a partial or total loss of scholarship.

Undeclared Major

A student who has met acceptance requirements but hasn’t decided on a specific program of study may be admitted to the college with an undeclared status in either the fall or spring term. The student who might be interested in this program is one who’s uncertain about a major, wants […]

A student who has met acceptance requirements but hasn’t decided on a specific program of study may be admitted to the college with an undeclared status in either the fall or spring term. The student who might be interested in this program is one who’s uncertain about a major, wants to begin college mid-year, wants a lighter credit load, wants a slower pace, or has other plans for subsequent terms. A student who matriculates as undeclared is expected to select a degree program by the end of their second term. When ready to declare, the student applies for a change of program during Registration. Acceptance into a degree program is contingent upon space availability and department approval. Capped programs are handled through Admissions. Once in the program, the student must meet all the requirements of that program for graduation.

Enrollment as undeclared is based on placement, student desire, and class availability. Undeclared status increases the time it takes to complete a degree. No student is eligible to graduate as undeclared and don’t have scheduling priority over degree-seeking students.

A minimum of 12 credits are required for full-time status and on-campus residency. Subsequent terms may be scheduled as necessary.

The student, in conjunction with their advisor, may develop a sequence of courses to best meet their background and needs that still satisfies any program requirements. A typical curriculum is shown here.