Athletics Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Vermont Tech Athletics Hall of Fame will induct its inaugural class during our 2022 Alumni Homecoming. To celebrate, a cocktail hour and ceremony is being planned for the inductees, family members, teammates, friends and college administration. We will recognize accomplishments and contributions of athletes, teams, coaches, administrators and contributors whose […]

Vermont Tech Athletics Hall of Fame will induct its inaugural class during our 2022 Alumni Homecoming.

To celebrate, a cocktail hour and ceremony is being planned for the inductees, family members, teammates, friends and college administration. We will recognize accomplishments and contributions of athletes, teams, coaches, administrators and contributors whose commitment, sacrifice and dedication to the Vermont Tech athletic program brings pride and distinction to the college and surrounding community. These individuals are role models and define the athletic and academic excellence long held at the College.

The Hall of Fame honors those who have helped to build the athletic program into what it is today while linking generations of our athletes, teams, coaches, administrators and contributors. It’s this support that we celebrate and build upon to strengthen our future athletic programs.

The Athletic Department is currently accepting nominations for 2022 recipients; awards will be presented during Alumni Homecoming weekend on September 24. Nominees must have competed or participated in a recognized intercollegiate athletic event and exemplify the highest standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and character. Please fill out the form below by August 15.

Athletics Hall of Fame

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    Volunteer Your Time

    As alumni, there are multiple ways to stay involved with your alma mater! If you loved your time at Vermont Tech and want to share your experience as a graduate please find more information below of ways to volunteer your time! Lunch & Learn Lecture We invite alumni to come […]

    As alumni, there are multiple ways to stay involved with your alma mater!

    If you loved your time at Vermont Tech and want to share your experience as a graduate please find more information below of ways to volunteer your time!

    Lunch & Learn Lecture

    We invite alumni to come back to campus (whether in-person or virtual) and share their experiences as a Vermont Tech graduate to current students.alumni volunteer their time to return to campus for lunch and learn event

    Present to a classroom of students, in the relevant field of study, your journey as a Vermont Tech graduate and/or promote your company to recruit our students by offering career/job opportunities!

    We collaborate with faculty/professors in setting up an appropriate date and time to present to a classroom.

    If you are interested in learning more and/or setting up a Lunch & Learn Lecture, please email Kelly Boulan at kelly.boulan@vtc.edu.

    Alumni Welcome Letter

    Welcome new students to Vermont Tech by writing a Welcome Letter! A Welcome Letter is an opportunity for you to share your experiences at Vermont Tech and what you love about the school.

    Type a one-page letter welcoming Vermont Tech students and share your insights, advices, and any other appropriate information that you want to share to incoming college students.

    If you are interested in writing a Welcome Letter, please contact Kelly Boulan at kelly.boulan@vtc.edu for more information and directions.

    Alumni of the Quarter/Year Nomination

    Vermont Tech honors and highlights outstanding alumni with the Alumni of the Quarter/Year awards! Chosen for their commitment to the community and leadership within their personal and professional lives – see why these alumni were selected to win Alumni of the Quarter. First Alumni of the Quarter Winner in March […]

    Vermont Tech honors and highlights outstanding alumni with the Alumni of the Quarter/Year awards!

    Chosen for their commitment to the community and leadership within their personal and professional lives – see why these alumni were selected to win Alumni of the Quarter.

    First Alumni of the Quarter Winner in March 2022: Barry Bordner

    Please fill out the nomination form below to choose the next Alumni of the Quarter. All alumni who are nominated for Alumni of the Quarter are in the running to receive the Alumni of the Year award, usually presented at Vermont Tech’s Homecoming/Alumni Day Weekend and/or in the year-end alumni magazine.

    Alumni of the Quarter is to highlight, recognize, and honor a Vermont Tech alumnus/a whose accomplishments and service bring pride to Vermont Tech and the community!

    Vermont Tech alumni and friends are invited to nominate, on an individual basis, a graduate of Vermont School of Agriculture, Vermont Agricultural & Technical Institute, or Vermont Technical College. Recipients of the award are individuals who have qualities and attributes that could include:

    • Career achievement
    • Professional honors/awards
    • Community service and/or volunteered time within Vermont Tech
    • Leadership within the community and/or professional field

    Nominees for all awards must be living alumni and hold a certificate or degree within any of our programs.

    The Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association strongly encourage nominations that reflect the diversity of our alumni.

    Alumni of the Quarter/Year Nomination

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    E-Newsletter Questionnaire

    Thank you for taking some time to give us feedback! We would love to know what you think about your E-Newsletters/Magazines and any other feedback you have as an graduate of Vermont Tech. Please fill out the survey below. Your response will go directly to the Development and Alumni Relations […]

    Thank you for taking some time to give us feedback!

    We would love to know what you think about your E-Newsletters/Magazines and any other feedback you have as an graduate of Vermont Tech.

    Please fill out the survey below. Your response will go directly to the Development and Alumni Relations office: (802) 728-1258 | alumni@vtc.edu.

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    Vermont State Colleges System Unification

    Important Information Regarding the Upcoming VSCS Unification In July of 2023, three prominent Vermont colleges – Castleton University, Northern Vermont University, and Vermont Technical College – will unify under a common accreditation as Vermont State University. For more information on the Vermont State Colleges System transformation, please visit transformation.vsc.edu. Learn […]

    Important Information Regarding the Upcoming VSCS Unification

    In July of 2023, three prominent Vermont colleges – Castleton University, Northern Vermont University, and Vermont Technical College – will unify under a common accreditation as Vermont State University.

    For more information on the Vermont State Colleges System transformation, please visit transformation.vsc.edu. Learn more about Vermont State University on our microsite.

    Unification Frequently Asked Questions

    Why is Vermont Tech unifying with other VSCS schools?

    To ensure we can provide a high-quality education to students and preserving and expanding access to education statewide, we must make a shift. As Vermont State University, we can strengthen our services and our offerings to better serve the students of Vermont and beyond. This will allow us to continue to focus on our strategic priorities of affordability, accessibility, quality, and relevance by creating a singly accredited entity thus reducing redundancy, increasing efficiency, and making us more fiscally sustainable. The model of higher education is changing, and we need to adapt and modernize in order to build a solid foundation for the future.

    What does this mean for Vermont Tech?

    Vermont Tech will unify with Northern Vermont University and Castleton University and become part of a larger institution, Vermont State University.

    What is the name of the new institution?

    The Vermont State Colleges System Board of Trustees voted on September 29, 2021 to approve Vermont State University as the name for the unified institution. Market research shows that the name Vermont State University will help expand our recruiting into new locations by leveraging the Vermont brand, which holds high value both nationally and internationally.

    What institution name should I use on my resume?

    Alumni are encouraged to continue using the Vermont Tech name. After July 2023, alumni can use Vermont State University (formerly Vermont Tech), or whatever is most comfortable.

    Does Vermont Tech as we know it still exist after a unification?

    Vermont Tech remains committed to everything that you have known and loved about the college. We will continue to preserve aspects of our identity and history. Our culture, traditions, and shared experiences will remain, the changes that you will see are to the benefit of our students and largely administrative.

    Can I still donate specifically to Vermont Tech?

    Yes, please do! You can continue to support Vermont Tech now and beyond by making a restricted gift specifically for our Vermont Tech locations.

    How can I best continue to support/help Vermont Tech?

    Please continue to share your experiences as former Vermont Tech students and alumni, remain engaged in college activities and news, and philanthropic giving. This is the best way to support Vermont Tech and our students in all of the ways that you are accustomed to.

    What does unification mean for alumni?

    Vermont State University will present benefits for both current students and our alumni communities as well. Our three institutions are home to a network of thousands of living alumni across the country and around the world. All will be welcome in our new unified university.

    Will the unification affect student enrollment?

    As you’ve come to expect, we will continue to accurately present Vermont Tech as a first-choice college. We expect to maintain our strong enrollment. Please contact us directly with any concerns or anything you may hear that creates more questions than answers for you.

    Will there still be Vermont Tech athletic teams if the schools are one accredited institution?

    The VSCS understands the importance of athletics at Vermont Tech and its positive impact on students and enrollment. We anticipate that athletics will remain an important part of our campus community and enrollment strategy.

    Alumni/Senior Night Basketball

    Celebrate the last Senior Night basketball home game for the Men’s Basketball team vs. Southern Maine Community College! Men’s Knights Varsity Basketball Game Saturday, February 12, 2 pm SHAPE Center, Randolph Center Campus FREE entry to all students and alumni Cheer on the Men’s Varsity Basketball team! Wear VTC gear […]

    Celebrate the last Senior Night basketball home game for the Men’s Basketball team vs. Southern Maine Community College!

    Men’s Knights Varsity Basketball Game

    Saturday, February 12, 2 pm

    SHAPE Center, Randolph Center Campus
    FREE entry to all students and alumni

    • Cheer on the Men’s Varsity Basketball team!
    • Wear VTC gear and get a FREE gift upon entry!
    • Try a chance to win Fan Giveaways during half-time games!

    Note to Alumni: Bring family members, friends, and/or parents to show off your Vermont Tech pride! Just add their names and affiliation to the registration in the fields provided.

    Please note: Vermont Tech has a mask mandated policy on campus that requires masks indoors whether you are vaccinated or not. This is to protect our VTC community – thank you for your cooperation.