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Every member of Vermont Tech should work to ensure non-discriminatory processes and practices with faculty, staff, and students.

Qualified students are recruited for, admitted to, and participate in all college programs without discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age, veteran status, or disability. Vermont Tech will provide reasonable accommodations to create equal opportunities for students with documented disabilities.

Faculty, administrators, and staff are employed without discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age, veteran status, or disability unrelated to job requirements. Vermont Tech will make reasonable accommodations to the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee.

Additionally, the Vermont State Colleges will engage in affirmative efforts to recruit, admit, and support students and to recruit, employ, and support employees in order to achieve the diversity which advances the educational mission.

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Course Descriptions by Subject

Accounting  ACC ACC 1010  Computerized Accounting ACC 1020  Survey of Accounting ACC 2121  Financial Accounting Aviation  AER AER 1000 Introduction to Aviation Maintenance AER 1002 Aircraft & Airmen Regulations & Documents AER 1004 Aircraft Environmental Protection AER 1005  Introduction to Aviation Careers AER 1006 Aircraft Blueprints & Drawings AER 1008 […]

Accounting  ACC

ACC 1010  Computerized Accounting
ACC 1020  Survey of Accounting
ACC 2121  Financial Accounting

Aviation  AER

AER 1000 Introduction to Aviation Maintenance
AER 1002 Aircraft & Airmen Regulations & Documents
AER 1004 Aircraft Environmental Protection
AER 1005  Introduction to Aviation Careers
AER 1006 Aircraft Blueprints & Drawings
AER 1008 Aircraft Electronic Theory
AER 1010  Private Pilot: Ground
AER 1012 Aircraft Materials, Testing, & Tools
AER 1014 Aircraft Ground Handling
AER 1021  Private Pilot: Flight I
AER 1022  Private Pilot: Flight II
AER 1053  Aerodynamics & Practical Flight Applications
AER 1110  Pilot Instrument Rating: Ground
AER 1120  Pilot Instrument Rating: Flight
AER 2000 Airframe Electrical Systems
AER 2001 Airframe Construction & Inspection
AER 2002 Powerplant Electrical Systems
AER 2003 Airframe Structures I
AER 2004 Powerplant Fuel Systems
AER 2005 Airframe Structures II
AER 2006 Powerplant Ignition Systems
AER 2007 Hydraulics & Pneumatics
AER 2008 Aircraft Engine Systems
AER 2009 Landing Gear Systems
AER 2010  Commercial Pilot: Ground
AER 2011 Airframe Systems
AER 2012 Aircraft Propellers
AER 2014 Reciprocating Engine Theory & Repair
AER 2016 Turbine Engine Theory & Repair
AER 2031  Commercial Pilot: Flight I
AER 2032  Commercial Pilot: Flight II
AER 2110  Aviation Safety & Accident Investigation
AER 2130  Aviation History
AER 2330  Aviation Physiology & Psychology
AER 2802  Aviation Fieldwork/Internship
AER 3010  Certified Flight Instructor: Ground
AER 3020  Certified Flight Instructor: Flight
AER 3030  Human Factors, Risk Management, & Crew Resource Management
AER 3040  Aircraft Maintenance for Pilots
AER 3080  Airline Operations & Management
AER 3110  Aviation Law
AER 4010  Multi-Engine Land: Ground & Flight
AER 4020  Certified Flight Instructor: Instrument Ground & Flight
AER 4030  Certified Flight Instructor: Multi-Engine Ground & Flight
AER 4040  Corporate Aviation & Career Preparation
AER 4050  Training & Flying Advanced Airplanes
AER 4060  Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems
AER 4110  Advanced Transport Category Systems
AER 4130  High Altitude Navigation & International Flight Operations
AER 4610  Aviation Senior Project

Agriculture and Animal Science  AGR

AGR 1011  Agricultural Techniques I
AGR 1012  Agricultural Techniques II
AGR 1030  Animal Reproduction & Genetics
AGR 1050  Livestock Production
AGR 1061  Burls to Boards
AGR 1062  Timber Harvesting
AGR 1801  Forestry Management
AGR 2011  Dairy Herd Management I
AGR 2012  Dairy Herd Management II
AGR 2030  Animal Nutrition
AGR 2040  Forage Production
AGR 2050  Large Animal Diseases
AGR 2060  Beef Production
AGR 2110  Sheep Production
AGR 2130  Dendrology

AGR 2210 Applied ArcGIS Natural Resource Mapping
AGR 3020  Advanced Livestock Production
AGR 3040  Maple Production: Science & Practice
AGR 3050  Advanced Nutrient Management Planning
AGR 3110  Apples, Berries, & Bees
AGR 3111  Vegetable Production
AGR 4040  Agricultural Products
AGR 4802 AGR Senior Summer Internship Review

Allied Health Sciences  AHS

AHS 2035  First Aid & CPR

Architectural Engineering Technology  ARE

ARE 1000  ARE Freshman Seminar
ARE 1011  Introduction to Construction Drawing Practices
ARE 1210  Construction Materials & Methods

ARE 1211
ARE 1220  Architectural History
ARE 2022  Building Information Modeling
ARE 2031  Environmental Systems I
ARE 2032  Environmental Systems II
ARE 2040  Construction Practices
ARE 2051  Architectural Design I
ARE 2052  Architectural Design II
ARE 2720  Architectural & Building Engineering Seminar
ARE 3010  Design Systems Integration
ARE 3020  Structural Analysis
ARE 3030  Steel Structures Design
ARE 3040  Electrical/Lighting Systems
ARE 3050  Fundamentals of Fluids & Thermodynamics
ARE 4010  Concrete Structures Design
ARE 4020  Architectural Engineering Management
ARE 4030  HVAC Systems
ARE 4040  Plumbing Systems
ARE 4050  FE Exam Survey
ARE 4720  ARE Senior Project

Art History  ARH

ARH 2110 Architectural Study Abroad
ARH 2210 Architectural & Cultural Study Abroad

Atmospheric Sciences  ATM

ATM 1021 Climate Change Science
ATM 1031  Aviation Meteorology I
ATM 1032  Aviation Meteorology II

Automotive  ATT

ATT 1011  Suspension & Steering I
ATT 1012  Suspension & Steering II
ATT 1013  Preventative Maintenance
ATT 1020  Engine Diagnostics & Repair
ATT 1051  Alignment & Brakes I
ATT 1052  Alignment & Brakes II
ATT 1090  Automotive Electronics Laboratory
ATT 1110  Automotive Electrical Systems Lab
ATT 2010  Engine Performance
ATT 2020  Body Electronic Systems
ATT 2030  Advanced Engine Performance & Fuel
ATT 2040  Automotive Drive Trains
ATT 2060  Advanced Technology Vehicle
ATT 2802  ATT Summer Internship Review

Biological Sciences  BIO

BIO 1020  Introduction to Environmental Biology
BIO 1030  Introduction to Nutrition
BIO 1040  Principles in Biology
BIO 1220  Botany
BIO 1241  Introduction to Forest Ecology
BIO 2011  Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIO 2012  Human Anatomy & Physiology II
BIO 2030  Plant Pathology
BIO 2040  Entomology & Ecological Pest Management
BIO 2120  Elements of Microbiology
BIO 2320  Zoology

Business  BUS

BUS 1341  Exploring Business & Entrepreneurship
BUS 2020  Principles of Management
BUS 2041  Foundations of Entrepreneurship
BUS 2140  Personal Finance
BUS 2210  Small Business Management
BUS 2230  Principles of Marketing
BUS 2270  Interpersonal & Oral Communication
BUS 2350  Leadership Development
BUS 2410  Human Resource Management
BUS 2440  Introduction to Business Law
BUS 3041  Applied Entrepreneurship
BUS 3150  Production & Operations Management
BUS 3230  Principles of Financial Management
BUS 3250  Organizational Behavior & Management
BUS 3410  Business Ethics
BUS 3721  Business Planning Seminar
BUS 3811  Business Problem Practicum
BUS 4080  Business Strategy & Policy Development
BUS 4310  Writing for Workplace Success
BUS 4530  Technical Project Management

Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology  CET

CET 1000  CET Freshman Orientation
CET 1011  Surveying I
CET 1020  Engineering Materials
CET 1031  Engineering & Surveying Computer Applications I
CET 1032  Engineering & Surveying Computer Applications II
CET 2012  Surveying II
CET 2020  Hydraulics & Drainage
CET 2030  Environmental Engineering & Science
CET 2040  Statics & Strength of Materials
CET 2050  Civil & Environmental Design
CET 2110  Mechanics of Soils
CET 2120  Structural Design

Chemistry  CHE

CHE 1020  Introduction to Chemistry
CHE 1031  General Chemistry I
CHE 2060  Principles of Organic Chemistry

Computer  CIS

CIS 1041  Computer Applications
CIS 1042  Computer Applications II
CIS 1050  Introduction to Spreadsheets
CIS 1120  Introduction to Information Science & Technology
CIS 1151  Website Development
CIS 1152  Advanced Website Development
CIS 2010  Computer Organization
CIS 2025  C Programming
CIS 2151  Computer Networks I
CIS 2230  System Administration
CIS 2235  Advanced System Administration
CIS 2260  Object-Oriented Programming
CIS 2261  Introduction to Java Programming I
CIS 2262  Introduction to Java Programming II
CIS 2271  Java Programming
CIS 2320  Software Quality Assurance & Testing

CIS 2360 Computer User Support
CIS 2450  Advanced Web Technologies
CIS 2730  Software Engineering Projects
CIS 3010  Database Systems
CIS 3012  C++ Programming
CIS 3030  Programming Languages
CIS 3050  Algorithms & Data Structures
CIS 3152  Network Programming
CIS 3170  The History of Computation
CIS 3210  Network Routing & Switching Concepts
CIS 3250  Advanced Network Architectures
CIS 3272  Advanced Java
CIS 3310  Artificial Intelligence
CIS 4011  Information Warfare
CIS 4020  Operating Systems
CIS 4040  Computer Security
CIS 4050  Compiler Design
CIS 4080  Network Security
CIS 4120  Systems Analysis & Design
CIS 4140  Human Computer Interaction
CIS 4150  Software Engineering
CIS 4210  Computer Graphics
CIS 4220  Physical Simulations
CIS 4230  Parallel Programming
CIS 4240  Ethical Hacking & Network Defense
CIS 4241  Advanced Ethical Hacking
CIS 4250  Big Data Processing
CIS 4310  Computer Forensics
CIS 4320 Machine Learning
CIS 4721  CIS Senior Project I
CIS 4722  CIS Senior Project II
CIS 5020  Advanced Operating Systems
CIS 5050  Advanced Data Structures & Algorithms
CIS 5080  Advanced Network Security
CIS 5120  Advanced Systems Analysis & Design
CIS 5130  Analysis of Software Artifacts
CIS 5140  Software Architecture
CIS 5150  Advanced Software Engineering
CIS 5210  Advanced Computer Graphics
CIS 5220  Advanced Physical Simulations
CIS 5230  Advanced Parallel Programming
CIS 5250  Advanced Big Data Processing
CIS 5320 Advanced Machine Learning
CIS 6050  Advanced Compiler Design
CIS 6140  Advanced Human Computer Interaction
CIS 6721  Master’s Project
CIS 6740  Graduate Seminar I
CIS 6741  Graduate Seminar II

Construction  CPM

CPM 1000  CM Freshman Seminar
CPM 1010  Electrical/Mechanical Systems
CPM 1021  Construction Graphics I
CPM 1022  Construction Graphics II
CPM 1031  Residential Construction Systems
CPM 1032  Construction Lab
CPM 1111  Commercial Construction Systems
CPM 2010  Construction Estimates I
CPM 2020  Construction Project Management
CPM 2030  Elementary Theory of Structures
CPM 2050  Construction Management Software
CPM 2060  Field Engineering
CPM 2730  Construction Seminar & Project
CPM 2802  Construction Internship Review
CPM 3010  Construction Estimates II
CPM 3020  Construction Documents
CPM 3030  Concrete & Steel Lab
CPM 3130  Construction Soils

CPM 3131 Heavy Civil Construction
CPM 4010  Contract Negotiations
CPM 4030  Construction Safety & Risk Management
CPM 4040  Construction Scheduling
CPM 4120  Project Planning & Finance
CPM 4130  Construction Superintendency
CPM 4140  Construction Contracts
CPM 4730  Preconstruction Services
CPM 4802  CPM Senior Internship Review

Diesel  DSL

DSL 1010  Steering, Suspension Systems, & Alignment
DSL 1020  Diesel Power Systems
DSL 1030  Diesel Electronics Lab
DSL 1050  Preventive Maintenance
DSL 1070  Diesel Electrical Systems Lab
DSL 1110  Heavy Duty Braking Systems
DSL 2010  Diesel Engine Performance
DSL 2020  Chassis Electrical & Electronic Systems
DSL 2030  Hydraulics
DSL 2040  Power Transmission
DSL 2050 Advanced Diesel Engine Performance
DSL 2802  DPT Summer Internship Review

Economics  ECO

ECO 2060  Survey of Economics

Education  EDU

EDU 2051  Teaching Methods I
EDU 2052  Teaching Methods II
EDU 2135 Instruction for Students with Special Needs
EDU 2200 Assessment in the CTE Classroom
EDU 2802  Educational Externship
EDU 3051  Teaching Methods III
EDU 3052  Teaching Methods IV

EDU 3115  Issues & Trends in Technical Education
EDU 4600  Education Capstone

Electromechanical Engineering Technology  ELM

ELM 3015  Sensors & Instrumentation
ELM 4015  Electromechanical Power Systems
ELM 4231  Control Systems I
ELM 4232  Control Systems II
ELM 4701  Electromechanical Project I
ELM 4702  Electromechanical Project II

Electrical Engineering Technology  ELT

ELT 1015  Introduction to Engineering
ELT 1031  Electrical Circuits I
ELT 1032  Electrical Circuits II
ELT 1110  Introduction to Digital Circuits
ELT 1411  Industrial Electricity Safety
ELT 2011  Introduction to Power Systems
ELT 2015  Introduction to Projects
ELT 2041  Electronic Circuits I
ELT 2042   Electronic Circuits II
ELT 2050  Microcontroller Techniques
ELT 2061  Electromechanical Systems I
ELT 2071  Basic Electricity
ELT 2072  Electronics
ELT 2073  LabVIEW
ELT 2075  Programmable Logic Controllers
ELT 2130  Industrial Electronics
ELT 2210  Introduction to Solid State Lighting
ELT 2720  Electrical Project
ELT 3010  Digital Circuits II
ELT 3040  Electronic & Data Communications
ELT 3050  Microcontroller Techniques II
ELT 3053  Electronics III
ELT 3070  Semiconductor Technology
ELT 4010  Computer Architecture
ELT 4020  Digital Signal Processing

Emergency Medical Services  EMS

EMS 1011 Emergency Medical Technician
EMS 1012 Advanced Emergency Medical Technician
EMS 1111 Principles & Practices of Paramedicine I
EMS 1121 Principles & Practices of Paramedicine II
EMS 1131 Principles & Practices of Paramedicine III
EMS 1290  Paramedic Clinical Time  Extended
EMS 1804  Paramedic Field Internship

English  ENG

ENG 1042  Introduction to College English
ENG 1060  Freshman Composition
ENG 1061  English Composition
ENG 2080  Technical Communication

Ground Transportation Services  GTS

GTS 1040  Vehicle Electrical Systems
GTS 1120  Vehicle Electronics

History  HIS

HIS 3056  Race in America
HIS 3130  The Civil War & Reconstruction
HIS 3165  Vermont History & Government

Humanities  HUM

HUM 2020  Bioethics
HUM 3025  Myth: The Ties That Blend & Bind
HUM 3050  Theories of Science & Technology
HUM 3060  Cyberethics
HUM 3210  Folklore, Literature, & Legends of New England
HUM 3490  Crime & Punishment in Film & Literature
HUM 4010  East & West Holistic Healing

Interdisciplinary  INT

INT 1005  Self, Career, & Culture
INT 1021  Creativity & Innovation

Landscape Contracting  LAH

LAH 1020  Introduction to Horticulture
LAH 1021  Landscape Graphics
LAH 1030  Woody Ornamentals
LAH 1031  CAD for Landscape Applications
LAH 1040  Greenhouse Management
LAH 1050  Introduction to Soils
LAH 2010  Landscape Construction Practices
LAH 2011  Introduction to Landscape Design
LAH 2020  Plant Propagation
LAH 2030  Herbaceous Plant Materials
LAH 2730  Landscape Contracting Seminar
LAH 2802  LAH Summer Internship Review

Mathematics  MAT

MAT 1210  Principles of Mathematics
MAT 1221  Finite Mathematics
MAT 1311  Precalculus I
MAT 1312  Precalculus II
MAT 1420  Technical Mathematics

MAT 1440  Applied Mathematics for Health Sciences
MAT 1520  Calculus for Engineering
MAT 2021  Statistics
MAT 2120  Discrete Structures
MAT 2532  Calculus II
MAT 2533  Calculus III
MAT 3170  Applied Mathematics for Engineering
MAT 3720  Topics in Discrete Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering Technology  MEC

MEC 1010  Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Technology
MEC 1011  Design Communication I
MEC 1012  Design Communication II
MEC 1020  Manufacturing Processes I
MEC 1040  Introduction to Materials Science & Engineering
MEC 1060  Metrology & Inspection Techniques
MEC 1070  Tool Geometry & Productive Metal Cutting
MEC 1180  Introduction to Welding Processes
MEC 1190  Advanced Welding Processes
MEC 2010  Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Systems
MEC 2035  Statics & Strengths of Materials
MEC 2040  Computer-Aided Technology
MEC 2050  Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer
MEC 2065  Kinematics & Dynamics
MEC 2070  Machine Design Components
MEC 2071  Machine Design
MEC 2150  Introduction to Solar Photovoltaic Technology
MEC 2720  Mechanical Projects
MEC 3010  Wind Power
MEC 3021  Manufacturing Processes II
MEC 3031  Materials Processes
MEC 3040  Bioenergy
MEC 3041  Advanced CNC Machining
MEC 3120  Advanced Manufacturing & Automation
MEC 3121 Additive Manufacturing
MEC 3170  Renewable Energy Heating
MEC 4010  Lean Manufacturing
MEC 4020  Quality Assurance
MEC 4120  Renewable Energy Modeling
MEC 4220  Product Design & Production
MEC 4721  Manufacturing Capstone Project
MEC 4722  Renewable Energy Capstone Project
MEC 4802  MEC Internship Review

Music  MUS

MUS 1028  Introduction to Rock & Roll

Nursing  NUR

NUR 0111  Principles & Practices of Nursing I Lab
NUR 0121  Principles & Practices of Nursing II Lab
NUR 0131  Principles & Practices of Nursing III Lab
NUR 1010  Pharmacology for Nursing
NUR 1020  The Nurse-Client Relationship
NUR 1111  Principles & Practices of Nursing I
NUR 1121  Principles & Practices of Nursing II
NUR 1131  Principles & Practices of Nursing III
NUR 2010  LPN to RN Transition/Trends in Nursing

NUR 2011  Advanced Pharmacology
NUR 2030  Principles & Practices of Nursing IV
NUR 2040  Principles & Practices of Nursing IV Lab
NUR 2130  Principles & Practices of Nursing V
NUR 2140  Principles & Practices of Nursing V Lab
NUR 3100  RN to BSN: Online Transition
NUR 3110  Nursing Informatics
NUR 3120  Palliative & End-of-Life Care
NUR 3121  Transition of Care in Healthcare Reform
NUR 3140  Pathophysiology & Assessment
NUR 3210  Healthcare Systems
NUR 4011  Teaching/Learning in Healthcare for Allied Health
NUR 4012  Health Promotion Across the Lifespan
NUR 4110  Research & Evidence-Based Practice
NUR 4130  Nursing Leadership & Management
NUR 4210  Global Health & Population-Based Healthcare
NUR 4410  Community Health

Oral Health Science  OHS

OHS 1011  Preclinical Oral Health Practice
OHS 1012  Clinical Oral Health Practice I
OHS 1021  Oral Anatomy & Histology
OHS 1022  Head & Neck Anatomy, Embryology, & Medical Emergencies
OHS 1030  Principles of Oral Radiology
OHS 2010  Dental Materials
OHS 2020  Pharmacology & General Pathology
OHS 2030  Periodontics
OHS 2210  Community Oral Health I
OHS 2211  Community Oral Health II
OHS 2220  Oral Pathology
OHS 2721  Clinical Oral Health Practice II with Local
OHS 2722  Clinical Oral Health Practice III
OHS 3010  Evidence-Based Decision Making
OHS 3015  Contemporary Issues in Oral Health Science
OHS 3020  Advanced Periodontics
OHS 3022 Peer Assist/Clinical Skills
OHS 3030  Methodology & Leadership
OHS 3821  Clinical Oral Hygiene Practice IV
OHS 3822  Clinical Oral Hygiene Practice V
OHS 4010  Advanced Community Oral Health
OHS 4213  Practice Management
OHS 4237  Research Methods

Philosophy  PHI

PHI 1010 Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 1040  Introduction to Ethics

Physics  PHY

PHY 1030  General Physics
PHY 1041  Physics I
PHY 1042  Physics II
PHY 1123 Astronomy
PHY 2041  Fundamentals of Physics I with Calculus
PHY 2042  Fundamentals of Physics II with Calculus
PHY 3030 Spacecraft Technology
PHY 3121  Modern Physics

Psychology  PSY

PSY 1010  Introduction to Psychology
PSY 1050  Human Growth & Development
PSY 2110  Educational Psychology
PSY 3070  Abnormal Psychology

Radiologic Science  RAD

RAD 1011  Radiologic Clinical Education I
RAD 1012  Radiologic Clinical Education II
RAD 1110  Summer Radiologic Clinical Education I
RAD 1111  Summer Radiologic Clinical Education II
RAD 1210  Radiologic Science I
RAD 1211  Radiologic Science II
RAD 1310  Radiographic Procedures I
RAD 1311  Radiographic Procedures II
RAD 2113  Radiologic Clinical Education III
RAD 2114  Radiologic Clinical Education IV
RAD 2210  Radiologic Science Review Seminar
RAD 2220  Radiation Biology
RAD 2230  Radiographic Pathology
RAD 2240  Specialized Imaging
RAD 2312  Radiographic Procedures III

Respiratory Therapy  RSP

RSP 1010  Foundations of Respiratory Care
RSP 1011  Respiratory Care I
RSP 1012   Respiratory Care II
RSP 1013 Respiratory Care Pharmacology
RSP 1210  Respiratory Anatomy & Physiology
RSP 1601  Respiratory Clinical Field Experience I
RSP 2011  Cardiopulmonary Disease I
RSP 2012  Cardiopulmonary Disease II
RSP 2013  Respiratory Care III
RSP 2602  Respiratory Clinical Field Experience II
RSP 2603  Respiratory Clinical Field Experience III
RSP 2801  Respiratory Internship
RSP 2802  Respiratory Internship Review

Sociology  SOC

SOC 1010  Introduction to Sociology

Social Science  SSC

SSC 2030  Energy Systems & Sustainability
SSC 2720  The Social Ecology of Food
SSC 3140  Culture of the Internet
SSC 3660  Class & Educational Success

Veterinary  VET

VET 1020  Animal Anatomy & Physiology
VET 1030  Animal Care & Restraint
VET 1040  Animal Diseases
VET 1051  Animal Care I
VET 1052  Animal Care II
VET 1060  Laboratory Techniques
VET 2011  Veterinary Clinical Techniques I
VET 2012  Veterinary Clinical Techniques II
VET 2030  Animal Nutrition
VET 2040  Reproduction & Genetics
VET 2050  Applied Lab Methods
VET 2060  Veterinary Office Procedures
VET 2070  Pharmacology & Toxicology
VET 2080  Animal Behavior
VET 2090  Veterinary Technician National Exam Seminar
VET 2720  Veterinary Supervisor
VET 2802  VET Summer Externship Review

Special Topics  XXX

XXX X610  Special Topics
XXX X620  Special Topics
XXX X710  Special Topics
XXX X720  Special Topics

 

Course names in italics are VSCS shared courses.

Tutoring

Tutoring is available for most courses taught at Vermont Tech. The process for requesting tutoring has changed, so please read the details below: Tutoring information and the request form are now located in a CAS Canvas Course which all students and faculty have access to. Log into the portal and […]

Tutoring is available for most courses taught at Vermont Tech.

The process for requesting tutoring has changed, so please read the details below:

  1. Tutoring information and the request form are now located in a CAS Canvas Course which all students and faculty have access to. Log into the portal and it should show up in your Canvas Dashboard. It also has information about other Center for Academic Success services like the TRiO program and counseling.
  2. We do our best to meet students’ needs; once the tutoring request is submitted, you will receive confirmation of the request and it will be passed to the tutor. The tutor will then reach out directly to schedule a session (there are both in-person and online format options).
  3. We also offer drop-in tutoring sessions, which are held in Conant 107 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6 -9 pm. These sessions are primarily for math and science courses and there is no request submission needed to attend.

If you have additional questions, please reach out directly to cas@vtc.edu.

Interested in becoming a tutor?

We are always looking for students who are interested in helping fellow students learn.

Our student tutors have a 3.3 cumulative GPA, work well with other students, and are able to provide a recommendation from a faculty member.

  • Tutoring is a paid position
  • Work Study is not required
  • Tutors control their own schedule
  • Training is offered and ongoing support is available
  • Tutoring is an excellent experience to have on your resume

Vermont Tech People

VSCS Board of Trustees Janette Bombardier Megan Culver, Secretary Rep. Lynn Dickinson, Vice Chair Peg Flory Adam Grinold Dylan Giambastista Church Hindes, Chair Rep. Bill Lippert, Jr. Karen Luneau Rep. Jim Masland Linda Milne Michael S. Pieciak David Silverman, Treasurer Governor Phil Scott (Ex Officio) Ryan Cooney, Student Trustee, VTC Administrators […]

VSCS Board of Trustees

  • Janette Bombardier
  • Megan Culver, Secretary
  • Rep. Lynn Dickinson, Vice Chair
  • Peg Flory
  • Adam Grinold
  • Dylan Giambastista
  • Church Hindes, Chair
  • Rep. Bill Lippert, Jr.
  • Karen Luneau
  • Rep. Jim Masland
  • Linda Milne
  • Michael S. Pieciak
  • David Silverman, Treasurer
  • Governor Phil Scott (Ex Officio)
  • Ryan Cooney, Student Trustee, VTC

Administrators

  • Brie-Anne Aldrighetti
    Lab Technician: ARE & CET
  • Siobhan Anderson-Judkins
    Coordinator of Residence Life
  • Nate Ball
    Director of Conferences & Events
    Assistant Director of Admissions
  • Sarah Ballou
    Program Coordinator, Electrical & Plumbing Apprenticeship
  • Ian Barker
    Product Engineer, Advanced Manufacturing Center
  • Sherry Barnard
    Coordinator of Nursing Programs
  • Jessica Beaty
    Nursing Site Director, Southwest Region
  • Kenneth Bernard
    Assistant Chief Technology Officer
  • Sarah Billings-Berg
    Coordinator of Health Services
  • Anne Black-Cone
    Assistant to the Academic Dean
  • Steve Bohnyak
    Manager of IT Infrastructure
    Assistant Chief Technology Officer
  • Karry Booska
    Director of Career Development
  • Cathi Brody
    Assistant to the Associate Dean of Nursing
  • Beth Camp
    Student Success Specialist
  • Jeremy Cannata
    Director of RSP Clinical Education
  • Caitlyn Clark
    Coordinator of Student Support Services
  • Jean-Marie Clark
    Dean of the Williston Campus, Executive Council
  • Carrie Clement
    Assistant Director of Marketing & Communications
  • Patrick Connolly
    Coordinator of Student Activities/Community Service
    Residence Director
  • Mary Cooper
    CAS Coordinator
  • Erica Dana
    Academic Scheduler
  • Zina Dana
    Landscape/Horticulture Technician
  • Shelby Day
    Coordinator of Advising & Retention
  • Kelly Dixon
    Nursing Site Director, Southeast Region
  • Jason Enser
    Dean of Student Affairs, Executive Council
  • Emile Fredette
    Director of Public Safety
  • Susan Fredette
    Assistant Director of Admissions
    Nursing Programs Coordinator
  • Lisa Fox
    Associate Dean of Nursing
  • Ana Gaillat
    Dean of Academic Affairs, Executive Council
  • Leah Gifford
    SHAPE Facilities Manager/Coordinator of Intramurals 
  • Robin Goodall
    Coordinator of Disability Services
  • Michelle Graham
    Executive Assistant to the President
  • Robin Guillian
    Aviation Program Director
  • Kim Hannon-Brobst
    Librarian II
  • James Henault
    Communication Coordinator
  • James Hill
    Assistant Director of Facilities
  • Barry Hulce
    Executive Director for Advanced Manufacturing Lab
  • Jessica Huynh
    Human Resources Specialist
  • William Ix
    Senior Helpdesk Technician
  • Darlene Jones
    Associate Registrar
  • Chassidy King
    Assistant Program Coordinator, Apprenticeship
  • Erik Lightbody
    Senior Desktop Support
  • Hilary Linehan
    Director of Athletics & Recreation
  • Steven Longpre
    Executive Director for Advanced Manufacturing Lab
  • Theodore R. Manazir
    Director of the Physical Plant
  • Kathleen Mason
    Coordinator of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
  • Catherine McCullough
    Executive Director of Student Services
  • Shawn McElwain
    Assistant Director of Admissions & Transfer Coordinator
  • Tracy McGuinness
    Program Director, RSP
  • Phyllis Mitchell
    Nursing Site Director, NEK Region
  • Stephanie Nault
    Farm Manager
  • John Oakes
    Lab Technician, Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Kevin Orth
    Lab Technician: Electrical/Computer Engineering
  • Russell Patton
    Lab Technician, Science
  • Dianne Percy
    Education Training Specialist, CEWD
  • Stephannie Peters
    Director, Vermont CTTE
  • Robin Poland
    Librarian II
  • Kelly Rue Riso
    Director of Human Resources, Executive Council
  • David Rubin
    Associate Dean of Administration, Executive Council
  • Shelly Russ
    Registrar
  • Kristen Sayers
    Veterinary Technology Lab Technician
  • Melissa Shekinah
    Admissions Assistant
  • Savannah Simonds
    Assistant Director of Admissions
  • Rachel Smith
    Assistant Director of Admissions
    Transfer Coordinator
  • Meghan Sperry
    Nursing Site Director, Central Region
  • Ashely Stackowitz
    Academic Support Counselor
  • Michelle Stearns
    Simulation Program Director
  • Jeanne Stella-Devani
    Director of Financial Aid
  • Cory Tardie
    Senior Associate Director of Admissions
  • Jessica Van Deren
    Assistant Dean of Admissions
  • Charles Watson
    Assistant Director of Secondary Education Initiatives
  • Cheyanne Warren
    Director of Dental Therapy
  • Roger Weeden
    Director of Radiographic Science
  • Elizabeth Whooley
    Assistant Director of Financial Aid
  • Molly Willard
    Project Manager, Agricultural Training, CEWD
  • Amanda Williams
    Veterinary Technology Lab Technician
  • Paul Winters
    Senior Associate Director of Admissions
  • Carrie Wright
    Project Manager, CEWD
  • Richard Wright
    Custodial Supervisor
  • Domonic Yetz
    Ground Transportation Systems Technician

Staff

  • Gordon D. Burch
    Custodian/Housekeeper II
  • Maria Cornell
    Mailroom Supervisor
  • Candy Daniels
    Acquisitions Coordinator
  • Jennifer Duncan
    Custodian/Housekeeper III
  • Sefik Gosto
    Security Officer II
  • Jerome Kavanaugh
    Security Officer II
  • Terri Kavanaugh
    Staff Assistant, Facilities
  • Joshua Kelley
    Maintenance Technician II
  • Dylan Kingsbury
    Maintenance Worker II
  • Violeta Kribstock
    Custodian/Housekeeper II
  • Jason Kuhn
    Security Officer II
  • Cecilia Legacy
    Custodian/Housekeeper II
  • Eric Maxham
    Security Officer II
  • Corey Morrill
    Custodial Grounds Worker
  • Gordon Morse
    Custodian/Housekeeper II
  • Ian Oatway
    Administrative Assistant, Admissions
  • David Race
    Mechanical Systems Technician I
  • Rita Rotta
    Custodian/Housekeeper II
  • John Santamore
    Security Officer II
  • Marla Tillberg
    Student Services Consultant
  • Nathan Turner
    Security Officer II
  • Curt Ukasick
    Senior Mechanical Systems Technician

Faculty

  • Bakr Al-Bahri (2021)
    Assistant Professor: Electrical & Computer
    BS, MS, University of Baghdad
    PhD, Al-Nahrain University
    MS, PhD, University of Illinois, Chicago
  • Ben Ashford (2020)
    Assistant Professor: Ground Transportation
    AAS, Vermont Technical College
  • Sheila C. Bannister (2007)
    Professor: Dental Hygiene
    BS, Northeastern University
    MEd, Johnson State College
  • Heather Blair (2019
    Assistant Professor & Co-Chair: Dental Hygiene
    BSN, Sacred Heart University
    MSN, Walden University
    EdD, Southern New Hampshire University
  • Carl Brandon (1977)
    Professor: Science
    BS, Michigan State University
    MS, PhD, University of Massachusetts
  • Sally Caldwell (2015)
    Assistant Professor: Science
    BS, Northwestern Oklahoma State University
  • Peter C. Chapin (1986)
    Professor: Computer & IS
    BSEE, Western New England College
    MSEE, University of Illinois
    PhD, University of Vermont
  • Mary Ellen Connors (2021)Assistant Professor: Nursing
    LPN, ADN, Vermont Technical College
    BSN, MSN, University of Vermont
  • Alison Cornwall (2019)
    Assistant Professor: Science
    BS, Stanford University
    MS, DVM, University of California: Davis
  • Jeremy Cornwall (2013)
    Associate Professor & Chair: Mechanical, Manufacturing
    Co-Chair: Renewable Energy
    BS, MS, University of California: Davis
  • J. Mark Corrao (1976)
    Professor: Electrical & Computer
    BSEE, University of Maine
    MSEE, Purdue University
  • Daniel Costin (2018)
    Assistant Professor: Mechanical, Manufacturing
    Co-Chair: Renewable Energy
    BS, MS, University of Illinois: Urbana
    PhD, University of Texas
  • Karen Cote (2016)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    LPN, ADN, New Hampshire Technical College
    BSN, MS, Franklin Pierce University
  • Kimberly Crowe (2013)
    Associate Professor & Chair: Agriculture
    BS, University of Illinois: Chicago
    DVM, St. Matthews University
  • Bethany Crowley (2018)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    BSN, MSN, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Susan Currier (2018)
    Faculty Librarian
    BA, Keene State College
    MEd, Trinity College
  • Craig A. Damon (2007)
    Professor & Co-Chair: Computer & IS
    BA, Bowdoin College
    PhD, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Leslie Damon (2018)
    Assistant Professor & Co-Chair: Computer & IS
    BA, Bowdoin College
    MS, University of Vermont
  • John W. Diebold, LS (2005)
    Professor: Civil & Environmental
    AE, Vermont Technical College
    BS, Norwich University
    MS, University of Vermont
  • Stephanie Dorosko (2012)
    Associate Professor: Science/Vet Tech
    Co-chair: Veterinary Tech
    BA, Trinity College
    DVM, PhD, Tufts University
  • Cheryl Duby (2018)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    AS, Greenfield Community College
    MS, Walden University
  • Marlys E. Eddy (2007)
    Professor & Chair: Landscape
    BA, MS, University of Vermont
  • Ralph M. Esposito (2002)
    Professor & Chair: Electrical & Computer
    BEE, Villanova University
    ScM, PhD, Brown University
  • Mary E. Findley (2007)
    Professor: English, Humanities, & Social Sciences
    BA, Southern Vermont College
    MA, Norwich University
  • Jillian Golde (2018)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    ADN, Vermont Technical College
    BS, University of Vermont
    MSN, Sacred Heart University
  • Erica Guay (2021)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    BS, University of Vermont
    MS, Norwich University
  • Simona Hankins (2022)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    BS, St. Anthony College of Nursing
    MSN, Jacksonville University
  • Linda Havey (2015)
    Assistant Professor & Chair (BSN): Nursing
    PN, ADN, Vermont Technical College
    BSN, Drexel UniversityMSN, Norwich University
    DNP, Duquesne University
  • Thomas Hecimovich (2018)
    Assistant Professor: Veterinary Technology
    BA, Dartmouth College
    DVM, University of Minnesota
  • Jeffrey Higgins (1987)
    Professor & Chair: English, Humanities, & Social Sciences
    BS, SUNY, Plattsburgh
    MS, Iowa State University
    EdD, University of Vermont
  • Mary K. Hill (2010)
    Associate Professor: Nursing
    BSN, MSN, South University
    DNP, Capella University
  • Leslie Hills (2004)
    Professor: Dental Hygiene
    BS, MEd, University of Vermont
  • G. Gregory Hughes (1991)
    Professor: Business
    BS, Villanova University
    MBA, University of Vermont
    JD, Vermont Law School
  • Virginia Kittell (2016)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    AS, Vermont Technical College
    BSN, Chamberlain College of Nursing
    MSN, Norwich University
    DNP, Chamberlain University
  • Josephine Kruse (2016)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    BA, Hampshire College
    BS, Duquesne University
    MSN, New York University
  • Jason LaCroix (2004)
    Professor & Chair: Mathematics
    BA, Western New England College
    MS, University of Vermont
  • Krystina Laychak (2018)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    BSN, Colby Sawyer College
    MSN, Walden University
  • Ross Lieblappan (2017)
    Assistant Professor & Co-chair: Science
    BA, Middlebury College
    MS, University of Vermont
    PhD, Dartmouth College
  • Jose A. Luzardo (2018)
    Assistant Professor: Electrical & Computer
    BS, MS, Universidad Simon Bolivar
    PhD, Claremont Graduate University & California State
  • Michael Marceau (2002)
    Professor & Chair: Electrical & Computer Engineering
    BS, MS, University of Vermont
  • Tina K. Marshall (2004)
    Professor: Dental Hygiene
    AS, BS, MEd, University of Vermont
  • Teresa Messenger (2022)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    AS, Castleton University
  • Brad J. Miller, PE (1989)
    Professor & Chair: Architectural & Building
    BS, Kansas State University
    MA, California State University
    MA, Norwich University
  • Ashley Monroe (2019)
    Assistant Professor: Radiologic Science
    AS, Adirondack Community College
    BA, MS, Southern New Hampshire University
  • Andy Myrick (2005)
    Professor & Co-Chair: Construction Management
    BS, MA, University of Vermont
  • Mary L. O’Leary (2009)
    Associate Professor: Civil & Environmental
    BA, SUNY, Buffalo
    MS, Cornell University
  • Alexis Paige (2019)
    Assistant Professor: English, Humanities, & Social Sciences
    BA, University of New Hampshire
    MA, San Francisco State University
    MFA, University of Southern Maine
  • Bradley Peduzzi (2022)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    BS, University of Vermont, University of Southern Maine
    MS, Norwich University
  • Jason Pelletier (2014)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    ADN, Vermont Technical College
    BSN, University of Vermon
    tMSN, University of Phoenix
  • Amanda Perkins (2013)
    Associate Professor & Chair (PN): Nursing
    AS, LPN, ADN, Vermont Technical College
    BSN, MSN, DNP, Chamberlain College of Nursing
  • Shashika Petta Mestridge (2022)
    Assistant Professor: Mathematics
    BS, University of Colombo
    MS, PhD, Louisiana State University
  • Suzanne Pickett (2021)
    Assistant Professor & Co-Chair: Construction Management
    BS, Norwich University
  • John Popkess (2019)
    Assistant Professor: Aviation</em >BA, Northeastern State College
    MS, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
  • J. Chris Reilly, PE (2007)
    Professor: Architectural
    BS, MS, University of Kentucky
  • Rachel E. Repstad (2005)
    Professor: Mathematics
    BS, Johnson State College
    MS, University of Vermont
  • Joan Richmond-Hall (2001)
    Professor: Science
    AB, Smith College
    PhD, Boston University
  • Lori A. Rivers (2009)
    Associate Professor: Business
    BS, Castleton State College
    MFA, Vermont College of Norwich University
  • Allan S. Rodgers (2007)
    Professor: Business
    BA, University of Massachusetts: Amherst
    MEd, University of Massachusetts: Boston
    MBA, Boston University
  • Scott A. Sabol, PE (1999)
    Professor: Architectural
    BA, BE, Dartmouth College
    MS, Pennsylvania State University
  • Michelle Sama (2012)
    Associate Professor & Co-chair: Science
    BS, Marist College
    PhD, University of Kentucky
  • Inge Smith-Luce (2012)
    Associate Professor: Nursing
    ADN, Vermont Technical College
    BA, University of Vermont
    BSN, Chamberlain College of Nursing
    MSN, University of Phoenix
  • Andre J. St. Denis (1982)
    Professor: Electrical & Computer
    BA, SUNY, Plattsburg
    MS, University of Illinois
  • Craig S. Stalnaker, RVT (1995)
    Professor & Co-chair: Veterinary Technology
    BS, MS, Texas A&M University
  • Carolyn V. Stannard-Carlo (1998)
    Professor: Nursing
    BS, SUNY, Plattsburgh
    MS, SUNY, Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome
    DNP, Chamberlin University
  • Deborah L. Swartz (1994)
    Professor: Nursing
    BSN, University of Vermont
    MSN, University of Phoenix
  • Sara Tator (2018)
    Assistant Professor: Nursing
    BS, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
    BSN, Southern Vermont College
    MSN, Chamberlain College of Nursing
  • Keith Tookey (2019)
    Associate Professor: Computer & IS
    BA, DePauw University
    MS, University of Illinois at Urbana: Champaign
    MS, PhD, University of Wisconsin: Madison
  • Joyce W. Twing (1989)
    Professor & Chair: Business
    AAS, Berkshire Christian College
    BS, Central Connecticut State College
  • Christopher Weinberg (2021)
    Assistant Professor: Professional Pilot
    BA, Bates College
  • J. Will Wheeler (2019)
    Assistant Professor: Ground Transportation
    AS, Vermont Technical College
  • Michael Wilson (2020)
    Assistant Professor: Ground Transportation
    AAS, Vermont Technical College
  • Linda Wise
    Assistant Professor: Mathematics
    BA, Florida Atlantic University
    MS, University of Vermont
  • Eric Wolinsky (2009)
    Associate Professor: Construction
    BA, The Ohio State University
    MEd, Vermont College

 

*Instructor is on sabbatical for all or part of the year

Emeritus Faculty

  • Byron H. Angell,
    Mathematics
    BA, University of Vermont
    MAT, Norwich University
  • Calvin Blessing,
    Agriculture
    BS, Lafayette College
    DVM, Cornell University
  • Paul Calter,
    Mathematics
    BS, Cooper Union School of Engineering
    MS, Columbia University
  • Ned E. Herrin, Jr., PE,
    Civil & Environmental (deceased)
    BSCE, University of New Hampshire
    MSCE, Purdue University
  • Alan W. Ricketts,
    Electrical & Computer (posthumous)
    BS, MS, EE, Mass Institute of Technology
  • Kenneth J. Vandermark,
    Electrical & Computer
    BS, Clarkson College of Technology
    MS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Harold G. Wirtz, PE,
    Civil & Environmental
    BSCE, University of Iowa
    MS, University of Wisconsin
  • W. Robert Wonkka,
    Mathematics (deceased)
    AB, Wesleyan University
    MEd, Harvard University

Advisory Committees

Agriculture, Forestry

  • Doug Calderwood
    Calderwood Goat Dairy, South Royalton, VT
  • Matthieu Choiniere
    Choiniere Family Farm, Highgate, VT
  • Ransom Conant
    Riverview Farm, Richmond, VT
  • Brett Denny
    VT Dairy Herd Improvement Assoc, White River Jct, VT
  • Allison Hooper
    Ayers Brook Goat Dairy, Randolph, VT
  • Ben Machin
    Red Start Consultation, Corinth, VT
  • Steve Schubart
    Grass Cattle Company LLC, Charlotte, VT
  • Dan Singleton
    VT Dept of Forest, Parks, & Rec, Montpelier, VT
  • Keith Sprague
    Sprague Ranch, Brookfield, VT

Architectural

  • Clark Agnew
    Engineering Ventures, Burlington, VT
  • David Anderson ‘96
    Pearson & Associates, Stowe, VT
  • Michael Buscher
    T. J. Boyle & Associates, Burlington, VT
  • Erin Fajans
    Stevens & Associates, Brattleboro, VT
  • Pete Gagnon ‘04
    Randolph, VT
  • Stacey King
    VSAC, Winooski, VT
  • Jeane A. Morrissey, PE
    J.A. Morrissey, Inc., Williston, VT
  • Jay Pilliod
    VEIC, Burlington, VT
  • Keith Robinson, AIA ‘86
    Black River Design, Montpelier, VT
  • David Roy ‘87
    Wiemann-Lamphere Architects, Colchester, VT

Business, Entrepreneurship

  • Steve Beaulieu
    Sentinel Funds, Inc., Montpelier, VT
  • Christine Gray
    Hewlett-Packard Co., Brookfield, VT
  • Bruce MacDonald
    Crystal Rock/VT Pure Springs, Burlington, VT
  • Bonnie Mallin
    People’s Bank, Burlington, VT
  • Frank G. McDougall, Jr.
    Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
  • Connie Peck
    Blue Cross/Blue Shield of VT, Berlin, VT
  • David Sanguinetti
    National Life of VT, Montpelier, VT

Civil & Environmental

  • Jaqueline Dagesse
    EIV Technical Services, Williston, VT
  • Kim Greenwood, ‘99
    Agency of Natural Resources, Montpelier, VT
  • Jon Griffin, PE
    Vermont Agency of Transportation, Barre, VT
  • Dave Hoyne, PE
    Greenman-Pedersen Inc., Montpelier, VT
  • Patricia Kules, RLS
    Little River Survey Company, Stowe, VT
  • Gary A. Santy, PE ‘78
    Stantec Consulting, South Burlington, VT
  • Rob Townsend, RLS, PE
    American Consulting Eng & Surv, Williamstown, VT
  • Mike Weigand, PE
    Carrara & Sons, Middlebury, VT

Computer Science

  • Richard Ackerman
    Red River, Claremont, NH
  • Jeff Bamberger
    NuHarbor Security
  • Eric H. Bokelberg, PMP
    IBM Corporation, Essex Junction, VT
  • Rachel Burton
    Red River, Claremont, NH
  • Tom Cook
    IBM Corporation, Essex Junction, VT
  • Christopher Farnsworth, ‘18
    MBF Bioscience
  • John Kunelius
    Norwich Applied Research Institute, ,
  • Todd LaMothe
    Union Street Media
  • Steve Ruegsegger
    People’s United Bank, Burlington, VT
  • Kevin Thorley
    Dealer.com

Construction

  • Katie Bancroft ‘08
    Wright & Morrissey, Inc., South Burlington, VT
  • Shelby Boyce ‘15
    JA McDonald, Lyndon Center, VT
  • Garrett Graves
    JA McDonald, Lyndon Center, VT
  • Joe Poston
    Wright Construction Co., Inc., Mt. Holly, VT
  • Tim Kostuk
    Whiting Turner Company, Towsen, MD
  • Jon Kuell
    Northern NE Concrete Association, South Portland, ME
  • Ryan Leiss
    Whiting Turner Company, Towsen, MD
  • Dan Stover
    ABC NH/VT, Concord, NH
  • Richard Wobby
    AGC VT, Montpelier, VT
  • Taylor Woodward ‘12
    DEW Construction, Williston, VT

Dental Hygiene

  • Heather Blair, MPH, RDH
    Williston, VT
  • Kaylyn Briggs
  • Meghan Dryden, RDH, BS
    Burlington, VT
  • Leslie Hills, RDH, MEd
    Williston, VT
  • Rebecca Johnson
  • Emily Keaton, DDS
    Burlington, VT
  • Gabriel Mannarino, DDS
    Williston, VT
  • Michelle McKay, RDH, BA
    South Hero, VT
  • Lauren Mitchell, RDH, BS
    Williamstown, VT
  • Kenneth Palm, DDS
    Colchester, VT
  • Cheyanne Warren, DDS
    Williston, VT

Electrical, Electromechanical

  • Ted Beach
    Creare, Hanover, NH
  • Madeline Carr
    NRG Systems, Inc., Hinesburg, VT
  • Sam Colwell
    LED Dynamics, Randolph, VT
  • Roger Dandurand
    Global Foundries, Essex Junction, VT
  • Travis Dudley
    Control Technologies, South Burlington, VT
  • Becky Greenough
    NRG Systems, Inc., Hinesburg, VT
  • Nick Katamis
    Creare, Hanover, NH
  • Kelly Koloski
    Creare, Hanover, NH
  • John LaFreniere
    Global Foundries, Essex Junction, VT
  • Doug Lewellen
    Nanya Technology Corp., Burlington, VT
  • Medina Maric
    Dynapower Company, LLC, S. Burlington, VT
  • Ian McEwen
    General Dynamics, Williston, VT
  • Russell McLaughlin
    United Technology Corp., Vergennes, VT
  • Bruce Merges
    Control Technologies, South Burlington, VT
  • Jesse Norris
    Creare, Hanover, NH
  • Don Pakbaz
    Global Foundries, Essex Junction, VT
  • Bruce Pilvelait
    Creare, Inc., Hanover, NH

Electrical Engineering Technology

  • Jonathan Ames
    Hypertherm Inc., Hanover, NH
  • Laural Gay
    General Dynamics, Williston, VT
  • Ed McGann
    VT Electric Power Co., Inc., Rutland, VT
  • Rich Pavlick
    Hypertherm Inc., Hanover, NH
  • Dan Quinlan
    Collins Aerospace, Vergennes, VT
  • Dale Tucker
    Collins Aerospace, Vergennes, VT

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

  • Chris Burgess
    Hazelett Strip-Casting Corp, Colchester, VT
  • Richard Manning
    Collins Aerospace, Vergennes, VT
  • Bill Neuberger
    Hallam Associates, South Burlington, VT
  • David Timian
    Applied Research Associates, Inc., Randolph, VT
  • Rob White
    Hazelett Strip-Casting Corp, Colchester, VT

Ground Transportation

  • George Dykstra
    VT Auto Dealers’ Association, Montpelier, VT
  • Joel Greene
    Snap-On Industries, Colchester, VT

Automotive Technology

  • Steve Bingham
    Hartford Area Career & Tech Center, Hartford, VT
  • Rodney Brooks
    Performance Unlimited, Bridgewater, VT
  • Dan Camber
    Lyndon Institute, Lyndonville, VT
  • Jonathan Dufour
    Village Auto & Tire, Randolph, VT
  • Matt Gilman
    Matt’s School Street Garage, Randolph, VT
  • Seayra Gilman
    Matt’s School Street Garage, Randolph, VT
  • Derek Giroux
    Almartin Volvo, Shelburne, VT
  • Steve McInstry
    Central Vermont Technical Career Center, Barre, VT
  • Marilyn Miller
    VT Auto Dealers’ Association, Montpelier, VT
  • Brian Nadeau
    Almartin Volvo, South Burlington, VT
  • Casey Northrup
    KC Performance, East Montpelier, VT
  • Jason Spring
    Fisher Auto Parts, Randolph, VT
  • Baxter Weed
    Cold Hollow Career Center, Enosburg Falls, VT

Diesel Power Technology

  • Eddy Brinkerhoff
    Milton Cat, Richmond, VT
  • Ward Butler
    Milton CAT, Inc., Richmond, VT
  • Randy Clark
    Clark’s Truck Center, Underhill, VT
  • Andrew Coutermarsh
    Fleet Pride, North Haven, CT
  • John Huck
    Milton Cat, Milford, MA
  • Tim Kingdon
    Ryder Systems, Inc., White River Jct., VT
  • Chuck Lyman
    RTCC, Randolph, VT
  • Andre Parent
    Wood’s CRW, Williston, VT
  • Tim Parker
    Lucky’s Trailer Sales, South Royalton, VT
  • Thomas Potter
    Ryder Systems, Inc., White River Jct., VT
  • Steve Simpsons
    Belevance Trucking, Barre, VT
  • Devin Siva
    Casella Waste Systems, Inc., Rutland, VT
  • Ken Thomas
    Woods CRW Corp., Williston, VT
  • Phil Zoppo
    Wood’s CRW, Williston, VT

Landscape Contracting

  • Andre Blais
    Stowe, VT
  • Nate Carr
    Church Hill Landscape, Charlotte, VT
  • Cal Felicetti
    Chippers, Woodstock, VT
  • Sarah Holland
    River’s Bend Design, Moretown, VT
  • Joan Lynch
    The Inner Garden, Middlebury, VT
  • Dr. Leonard Perry
    UVM Extension, Colchester, VT
  • Jack Rossi
    Woodstock, VT

Manufacturing Engineering Technology

  • Ron Aldrich
    North Hartland Tool, North Hartland, VT
  • Jonathan Bates
    General Electric Aircraft, Rutland, VT
  • Kristen Brosnan
    Superior Technical Ceramics, St. Albans, VT
  • Joseph Ciambra
    Hypertherm, Lebanon, NH
  • Emir Heco
    Heco Engineering, Essex Jct., VT
  • Tim Holmes
    GW Plastics, Bethel, VT
  • Brian Kippen
    KAD Models & Prototypes, Inc., ,
  • Phil Pouech
    All Earth Renewables, Williston, VT
  • John Silvia
    GW Plastics, Bethel, VT

Mechanical Engineering Technology

  • Kate Adams
    Collins Aerospace
  • Jonathan Bicknell ‘98
    Concepts NRC, White River Junction, VT
  • Dana Howe ‘99
    G. W. Plastics, Bethel, VT
  • Zac Kerin
    N.H. Industries, Lebanon, NH
  • Jason Rittenour
    Applied Research Associates, Randolph, VT
  • Lee Strobridge ‘04
    Ruger Firearms, NH
  • Rob White
    Hazelett Strip Casting, Colchester, VT

Nursing

BSN

  • Billie-Lynn Allard, RN, MSN
    Southern VT Medical Center, Bennington, VT
  • Sheila Boni, RN, MSN
    Southwestern VT Medical Center, Bennington, VT
  • Susan Boyer, RN, MEd, FAHCEP
    VT Nurses in Partnership, Windsor, VT
  • Kelly Campbell
    Northwestern Medical Center, St. Albans, VT
  • Sondra Claflin
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Avril Cochran
    North Country Hospital, Newport, VT
  • Jodie Dodge
    Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro, VT
  • Pamela M. Duchene, PhD, APRN
    Southern Vermont Medical Center, Bennington, VT
  • Anna Gerac, RN, MSN
    Randolph, VT
  • Betsy Hassan, RN, DNP
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Debra P. Hastings, PhD, RN-BC, CNOR
    Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, NH
  • Pat Menchini, RN, MSN
    Randolph, VT
  • Mary Val Palumbo, DNP, APRN, GNP-BC
    UVM, Burlington, VT
  • Lori Profota, RN, DNP
    Copley Hospital, Morrisville, VT
  • Amy Martone, BSN, RN, MBA, NPD-BC
    Rutland Regional Medical Center, Rutland, VT

Central Region

  • Brooks Chapin
    Menig Nursing Home, Randolph Ctr, VT
  • Geoff Farnum
    Central Vermont Medical Center, Berlin, VT
  • Kathi Fuller
    Central VT Career Center, Barre, VT
  • Anna Gerac, RN, MSN
    Randolph, VT
  • Melissa Kill
    Randolph Technical Center, Randolph, VT
  • Meredith Loomis
    The Manor, Morrisville, VT
  • Jill Markowski
    Gifford Medical Center, Randolph, VT
  • Pat Menchini, RN, MSN
    Randolph, VT
  • Gretchen Pembroke
    Clara Martin Center, Randolph, VT
  • Joan Potter
    The Manor, Morrisville, VT
  • Lori Profota
    Copley Hospital, Morrisville, VT
  • Barbara Quealy, RN
    Gifford Medical Center, Randolph, VT
  • Kathy Robbins
    Clara Martin Center, Randolph, VT
  • Stephanie Shaw, MSN, RN
    Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital, Berlin, VT
  • Shellie Stevens
    Barre Gardens, Barre, VT

Northeast Kingdom Region

  • Nolan Atkins, PhD
    Northern Vermont University, Lyndonville, VT
  • Jennifer Bach-Guss
    Weeks Medical Center, Lancaster, NH
  • Bonnie Baraw
    BAART, St. Johnsbury, VT
  • Nancy Blankenship
    North Country Healthcare, Whitfield, NH
  • Celine Champine, RN
    North Country Career Center, Newport, VT
  • Katina Cummings
    Area Health Education Center, St. Johnsbury, VT
  • William K. Demers
    North Country Healthcare, Whitefield, NH
  • Theresa Gilbane, MA
    Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
  • Debra P. Hastings, PhD, RN-BC, CNOR
    Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
  • Kate Hughes
    Community College of VT, White River Junction, VT
  • Cindy Martindill, EdD, RN
    Lancaster, NH
  • Kathleen McIsaac
    Community College of VT, Newport, VT
  • Ann Nygard
    Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT
  • Dawn Rogers
    Country Village Center, Lancaster, NH
  • Meghan Sargent
    North Country Hospital Systems, Newport, VT
  • Julie Schneckenburger, MS, RN, CNOR
    Northeast VT Regional Hospital, St. Johnsbury, VT
  • Amy Visser-Lynch
    Mt. Ascutney Hospital & Health Center, Windsor, VT

Northwest Region

  • Meagan Buckley
    Wake Robin, Shelburne, VT
  • Kelly Campbell
    Northwestern Medical Center, Milton, VT
  • Sondra Claflin
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Betsy Hassan, RN, DNP
    UVM Health Center, Burlington, VT
  • Holly Laplante
    Franklin Cty Home Health Agency, St. Albans, VT
  • Candace Lewis
    Community College of VT, St. Albans, VT
  • Nora Liskowski
    Howard Center, Burlington, VT
  • Janet McCarthy, BSN, MSA, RN
    Franklin County Home Health, St. Albans, VT
  • Angel Means
    UVM Home Health & Hospice, Burlington, VT
  • Deanna Orphanidis, MS, RN
    Northwestern Medical Center, St. Albans, VT
  • Marilyn Savoy
    Franklin Grand Isle Workforce, St. Albans, VT
  • Amanda St. Cyr
    Birchwood Terrace Healthcare, Burlington, VT
  • Douglas Sutton
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Miranda Thayer
    Franklin County Rehab Center, St. Albans, VT
  • Holly Van Winkle
    Milton Family Practice, Milton, VT
  • Joanne Wallis
    Community Health Centers of Burlington, Burlington, VT

Southeast Region

  • David Beauregard
    Pine Heights, Brattleboro, VT
  • Sheila Carrier
    Cedarcrest Ctr for Children with Disabilities, Keene, NH
  • Gail Cushing
    Applewood Rehabilitation Center, Winchester, NH
  • Ann Doran
    Windham Regional Career Center, Brattleboro, VT
  • Lisa Eaton
    Grace Cottage Hospital, Townshend, VT
  • Katie Knaeble
    Vermont Department of Labor, Brattleboro, VT
  • Mark Malloy
    Thompson House, Brattleboro, VT
  • Leigh Marthe
    Community College of Vermont, Brattleboro, VT
  • Linda Quay
    Windham Regional Career Center, Brattleboro, VT
  • Clayton Subine
    Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro, VT
  • Suzie Wagner
    Vermont Student Assistance Corp., Brattleboro, VT
  • Deven Williams
    River Valley Technical Center, Springfield, VT
  • Tom Yahn
    Windham Regional Collegiate HS, Brattleboro, VT

Southwest Region

  • Billie Lynn Allard, RN, MS
    Southern VT Healthcare, Bennington, VT
  • Megan Beattie-Cassan, RN ‘05
    Northshire Medical Center, Manchester, VT
  • Karen Beinhaur MSN/ED RN, CEN
    Porter Medical Center, Middlebury, VT
  • Gail M. Colgan, RN, BSN
    New England QIN-QIO, Montpelier, VT
  • Carol Conroy
    Southwestern VT Medical Center, Bennington, VT
  • Pat Crossman, RN ’06
    VT Veterans’ Home, Bennington, VT
  • Kori DeLuca BSN, RN, RT(R), CPHIMS
    Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, Bennington, VT
  • Pamela M. Duchene, PhD, APRN
    Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, Bennington, VT
  • Meghan Eichhorn BSN, RN, BA
    Stratton Mountain Urgent Care, Stratton Mountain, VT
  • Juli House, RN
    Manchester Health Services, Manchester Center, VT
  • Bill Lucci
    Stafford Tech Center, Rutland, VT
  • Amy Martone, BSN, RN, MBA, NPD-BC
    Rutland Regional Medical Center, Rutland, VT
  • Darcy Oakes
    Community College of VT, Bennington, VT
  • Len Schmidt, P.A.
    Hannaford Career Center, Middlebury, VT
  • Kathryn Slade, RN, BSN
    SW VT Career Development Center, Bennington, VT

Paramedicine

  • Daniel Batsie
    Vermont Department of Health, Burlington, VT
  • Alan Beebe
    Hartford, VT
  • Scott Brinkman
    Stowe Rescue, Stowe, VT
  • Bill Camarda
    Bennington Rescue Squad, Bennington, VT
  • Michael Casey
    Northshire Rescue Squad, Manchester Ctr, VT
  • Scott Crady
    Colchester Rescue Squad, Colchester, VT
  • Dave Cohen
    Nicholas Deavitt
  • James Finger
    VAA, Regional Ambulance, Rutland, VT
  • Lisa Fox
    Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, VT
  • Terry Francis
    South Burlington Fire Department, South Burlington, VT
  • Drew Hazelton
    VEMSAC, Rescue Inc., Brattleboro, VT
  • Tyler Hock
    Rutland Regional Medical Center, Rutland, VT
  • Chris LaMonda
    Barre Town EMS, Barre, VT
  • Michael Leyden
    Porter Medical Center, Middlebury, VT
  • William Mapes
    Morristown EMS, Morrisville, VT
  • Carl Matteson
    Central Vermont Career Center, Barre, VT
  • Patricia Moulton
    Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, VT
  • Diana Osborn
  • Tara Pacy
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Steven Petit
    Burlington Fire Department, Burlington, VT
  • Robert Plante
    Burlington Fire Department, Burlington, VT
  • H. Dale Porter
    Copley Hospital, Morrisville, VT
  • David Rubin
    Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, VT
  • Michael Tarbell
    Regional Ambulence Service, Rutland, VT
  • John Wright

Professional Pilot

  • Ted Dudley
    Delta Air Lines, Inc, Colchester, VT
  • Sarah Fitch
    United Airlines, Burlington, VT
  • Jennifer Hoy
    UPS, Burlington, VT
  • Larry Miller
    jetBlue Airways, Burlington, VT
  • Jon Pizzagalli
    Pizzagalli Construction, VT
  • Jennifer Ricciardi
    Vermont Aviation
  • Doug Smith
    Designated Pilot Examiner, Burlington, VT
  • Hobart Tomlinson
    Heritage Aviation Safety Officer, Burlington, VT

Radiologic Science

  • Michelle Aines
    Porter Medical Center, Middlebury, VT
  • Karen Harrison
    Springfield Hospital, Springfield, VT
  • Shari Patch
    Rutland Regional Medical Center, Rutland, VT
  • Karen Rogers
    Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
  • Ann-Marie Sargent
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT

Renewable Energy

  • David Blittersdorf
    All Earth Renewables, Williston, VT
  • Jared Cobb
    Suncommon, Waterbury, VT
  • David Frank
    Sunwood Systems, Waitsfield, VT
  • Jim Merriam
    Norwich Solar Technologies, White River Jct, VT
  • Matt Sargent
    Efficiency Vermont, Burlington, VT

Respiratory Therapy

  • Becky Bacon, RRT
    Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital, Plattsburgh, NY
  • Jean-Marie Clark
    Vermont Technical College, Williston, VT
  • Elizabeth Denton, RRT
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Jason Fahey, RRT
    Central Vermont Medical Center, Berlin, VT
  • Susan Fredette
    Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, VT
  • Ana Gaillat
    Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, VT
  • Michele Hickey, AS, RRT
    Rutland Regional Medical Center, Rutland, VT
  • Brad Holcomb, BS, RRT
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Steven Hurd, AS, RRT
    North Country Medical Center, Newport, VT
  • Skyler Lentz, MD
    Dept. of Medicine, UVM, Burlington, VT
  • Betsy McLane
    Burlington Technical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Patricia Moulton
    Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, VT
  • Major Munson, BSRT, RRT
    UVM Medical Center, Burlington, VT
  • Jeremy Powers
    Rutland Regional Medical Center, Rutland, VT
  • Faye Tolar, MEd, RRT
    Vermont Technical College, Williston, VT
  • Patrick Von Kannewurff, RRT
    Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH

Veterinary Technology

  • Hannah Curtin ‘12, CVT
    Randolph, VT
  • Ted Johnson, DVM
    VT-NH Veterinary Clinic, East Dummerston, VT
  • Betsey Kelley
    West Woodstock, VT
  • Bill Kellner, DVM
    Burlington Emergency Veterinary Services, Burlington, VT
  • Kathy McNamara, DVM
    State of Vermont, Montpelier, VT
  • Steven B. Metz, DVM
    Shelburne Veterinary Hospital (retired), Shelburne, VT
  • Thomas L. Munschauer, DVM
    Middlebury Animal Hospital, Middlebury, VT
  • Erin Preston, CVPM
    Barre, VT
  • Martha Rose
    Vermont Vet Tech Association
    Butler Company, Orford, NH
  • Linda Runnion
    Randolph Center, VT
  • Jenny Yang ‘16, CVT
    Burlington, VT

Financial Aid

All federal funds at Vermont Tech are awarded on the basis of financial need. All students who apply for institutional financial aid by the March 1 priority deadline and who are eligible for assistance are offered financial aid, subject to availability of funds. The amount of any award is determined […]

All federal funds at Vermont Tech are awarded on the basis of financial need. All students who apply for institutional financial aid by the March 1 priority deadline and who are eligible for assistance are offered financial aid, subject to availability of funds. The amount of any award is determined by the amount of student need as computed from information provided by the family on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students may apply for financial aid by filling out a FAFSA online. It’s important to file the FAFSA as early as possible to avoid delays in processing loan applications and other forms of campus-based aid. After March 1, late applicants are considered for institutional aid only after we process all on-time applications.

Vermont residents should also complete the Vermont Grant Application through VSAC. Non-residents should check with their home state higher education agency for grant information.

Students selected for verification must submit additional information. Financial Aid uses imaging to maintain and track documentation sent to the office and all originals are shredded.

All FAFSA applicants and parents of dependents who indicate that they have filed or will file a federal tax return should use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to report or update their income information on the FAFSA.

Sources of Financial Aid

When you file a FAFSA, you’re applying for the following federal, state, and college aid programs and establishing eligibility for a Federal Direct Loan.

Federal

The Federal Pell Grant Program is an entitlement program. This means that all eligible students receive awards. Eligibility is determined by the family’s and the student’s financial resources.

Federal Direct Loans

(subsidized and unsubsidized) are available to qualified students. A subsidized loan is awarded on the basis of financial need and the federal government pays interest on the loan until the student begins repayment and during authorized periods of deferment. The student pays the interest on an unsubsidized loan.

If you’re a dependent undergraduate student, you can borrow up to:

  • $5,500 if you’re a first-year student enrolled in a program of study that’s at least a full academic year.
  • $6,500 if you’ve completed your first year of study and the remainder of your program is at least a full academic year
  • $7,500 per year if you’ve completed two years of study, are matriculated in a bachelor’s degree program, and the remainder of your program is at least a full academic year

Additional unsubsidized Direct loan limits may be increased by $4,000 for dependent students whose parents are denied a Direct Federal Plus loan.

Independent undergraduate students may borrow to $12,500 per year, depending on their year of study. However, students in the unsubsidized loan program can’t borrow more than the cost of attendance minus any other financial aid for which they’re eligible.

Both subsidized and unsubsidized loan eligibility amounts are outlined on a student’s award letter.

All Federal Direct and PLUS loans are processed through the Federal Direct Loans Program (Direct Loans). Direct Loans provides Parent PLUS loans to parents of dependent undergraduate students through the school, funded directly by the government.

PLUS Loans enable parents with good credit histories to borrow for each dependent student who is enrolled at least half-time. Parents who wish to apply must fill out a PLUS Loan Request Form, which is available through Financial Aid. A request form is automatically mailed with financial aid award notification letters. The yearly limit on a PLUS Loan is the cost of attendance minus any other financial aid for which a student is eligible.

Federal Aid Programs Administered by the College

The Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) is a gift of money to assist students with the cost of their education. It’s restricted to undergraduates and doesn’t require repayment. The maximum amount awarded is $4,000, depending on a student’s need and the availability of funds at Vermont Tech. Average grants range from $600 to $1,600 per year. Students who are eligible for Pell grants have first consideration for this fund.

The Federal Work-Study Program (FWS) is a federal work program administered by Vermont Tech which provides jobs for students on or off campus. Average awards range from $1,200 to $1,600 for the year, which translates to approximately 10-14 hours of work per week. Students may also use FWS funds for off-campus non-profit community service placements. Federal Work-Study earnings aren’t credited on a student’s bill. Instead, the student worker receives a paycheck every two weeks.

State

Vermont Incentive Grants are awarded on the basis of financial need. Any full-time undergraduate Vermont resident who plans to attend or is enrolled in an approved post-secondary institution and who has not already received a bachelor’s degree is eligible to apply.

Students are required to file supplemental information with VSAC to be considered for a Vermont state grant.

Other states, including Maine, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, offer undergraduate grants or scholarships usable at Vermont Tech. All students eligible for these grants should apply for them. Contact Financial Aid or your high school guidance office to find out which states require supplemental information.

Veterans’ Education Benefits

Veterans planning to attend Vermont Tech using the GI Bill® should indicate this on their admissions application.

Please visit the GI Bill® website and complete the VA form that applies:

  • 22-1990 if you have served in the military and are applying for education benefits for the first time
  • 22-1990E if you are a dependent using a spouse’s or parent’s post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits
  • 22-1995 if you are a veteran who is changing schools
  • 22-5490 if you are a dependent (child or spouse) of a deceased or 100% disabled veteran and are applying for benefits for the first time
  • 22-5495 if you are a dependent who is changing schools

After the VA processes an application, they send a certificate of eligibility letter to the applicant, which the applicant should forward to:
Vermont Technical College, Attn.: Veterans’ Certifying Official
PO Box 500
Randolph Center, VT 05061

Once eligibility is established, student enrollment is certified with the VA. Veterans must submit a request for certification prior to the start of classes every term. If a student doesn’t want to be certified or is no longer eligible for VA benefits, they must notify the school certifying official.Veterans need to be prepared to purchase books and have living expenses for the first four to six weeks of classes. The initial payments can be slow, but are retroactive to the start of the term once they begin.

Veterans must submit a request for enrollment certification each time they register for classes.

The VA determines the BAH rate. The VA calculates MHA based on the location of the campus where the student physically attends a majority of their classes.

Veterans who are certified as eligible for the GI Educational Assistance allowance are permitted to register upon signing an approved payment plan with Student Accounts. A late financial clearance fee and financial hold will only be placed on students who have not paid any portion not covered by the VA or provided their Certificate of Eligibility to the VA Certifying Official at Vermont Tech. Financial holds and late fees are activated approximately 30 days into each term.

Any covered individual is permitted to attend or participate in the course of education during the period beginning on the date on which the individual provides to the educational institution a certificate of eligibility for entitlement to educational assistance under chapter 31 or 33 (a certificate of eligibility can also include a Statement of Benefits obtained from the Department of Veteran Affairs [VA] website: eBenefits or VA 28-1905 form for chapter 31 authorization purposes) and ending on the earlier of the following dates:

The date of which payment from the VA is made to the institution

90 days after the date the institution certified tuition and fees following the receipt of the certificate of eligibility

Vermont Tech will not impose any penalty, including the assessment of late fees, the denial of access to classes, libraries, or other institutional facilities or require a covered individual to borrow additional funds because of the individual’s inability to meet their financial obligations to the institution due to the delayed disbursement of funding from the VA under chapter 31 or 33.

Return of Military Tuition Assistance (TA) Funds Policy: Vermont Tech complies with the Department of Defense Voluntary Education Partnership Memorandum of Understanding regarding Tuition Assistance funds. TA funds are earned proportionally during an enrollment period, with unearned funds returned based upon when a student stops attending. If a student withdraws or stops attending and TA funds were received by Vermont Tech, Vermont Tech will return unearned TA funds to the government on a proportional basis through the 60% portion of the period for which the funds were provided. If a student exits or is dismissed during the first seven calendar days of the semester, the student is credited 100% of the charges for tuition, applicable fees, and room and board.

The Vermont National Guard State Educational Assistance Program provides tuition assistance to eligible members of the Vermont National Guard who are enrolled in undergraduate degree and diploma programs at public colleges in Vermont. Contact with your Education Service Officer is required to process an application.

Other Financial Aid Sources

Scholarships are available to students who meet the criteria set for each. Contact Financial Aid for information about scholarships appropriate to your situation.

Vermont Tech also has institutional grants which are awarded based on financial need or merit. Financial need is determined using the same criteria used for awarding campus-based aid. The maximum amount awarded depends upon the availability of funds and student need.

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Federal statutes and regulations require that recipients of federal financial aid must progress at a pace to ensure degree completion within the maximum time frame allowed and must be in good standing based on cumulative GPA requirements.

Students are reviewed on a term basis. Students not making SAP (either the pace or the GPA requirement) as described below lose their financial aid eligibility for all aid types. Students have to successfully appeal to the Director of Financial Aid in order to continue to receive Title IV aid despite failing SAP standards. Students who are academically dismissed from their programs are automatically recognized as failing to meet SAP standards.

All terms in which a student is enrolled, including periods in which the student didn’t receive federal student aid funds, must be considered in the determination of SAP.

  1. Pace/Time Progression Students must successfully complete 67% of their attempted courses within the VSCS as recorded and documented by the Registrar. Dropped courses aren’t included. Courses from which the student withdraws after the end of the add/drop period are counted toward attempted courses. For financial aid eligibility, total hours attempted, including transfer credits counted toward the degree, can’t exceed 150% of graduation requirements. As an example, if you attempt/enroll in 12 credits for one semester, you must successfully complete 8 of those 12 credits (12 x 67% = 8).
  2. GPA Requirement Students with fewer than 30 attempted credits must maintain a cumulative GPA of 1.75. Students with 30 attempted credits or greater must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 as documented by the Registrar.
  3. Maximum Time Frame The maximum time frame for a student to complete their academic program may not exceed 150% of the published length of the program, measured in credit hours. As an example, if an associate degree program requires 68 credits, the maximum time frame allowed to complete the program would be 102 credits* (68 x 150% = 102).

*Different programs have different degree requirements. Students who have reached the maximum time frame aren’t eligible for federal financial aid.

Appeal Process

An appeal is the process by which a student who isn’t meeting Vermont Tech’s SAP standards can petition the school for reconsideration of Title IV eligibility.

An appeal form is sent to each student not making SAP. The form explains how the student has failed to meet SAP and the steps to appeal the loss of financial aid. To appeal, students complete the form and submit it, along with all supporting documentation, to the Director of Financial Aid. As part of the appeal, the student must include information regarding why they failed to make SAP and what has changed in their situation that would allow the student to demonstrate SAP at the next evaluation. An appeal must be based on significant mitigating circumstances that seriously impacted academic performance. Examples of mitigating circumstances are: serious illness, severe injury, death of a family member, and other similar situations.

Approval is based on the likelihood that the student will meet SAP at the next review. Please note that merely filing an appeal doesn’t guarantee continued eligibility for federal aid. Students should make every effort to improve their SAP standing, as they’re limited to two SAP appeals.

If a student’s appeal is approved, the student is considered for federal aid during the probationary periods for which the student has applied and is otherwise eligible. Once the probationary period has concluded, the student may re-establish eligibility for federal aid for a subsequent term by meeting SAP standards.

Financial Aid Probation: a status assigned to a student who fails to meet SAP who has appealed and has had eligibility for aid reinstated

Financial Aid Warning: a status assigned to a student who fails to make SAP. The student may continue to receive Title IV aid for one payment period. Students receive a warning that they need to bring their academic standing up to satisfy academic progress standards in their following term as outlined or they lose their eligibility for aid. No appeal is necessary for this status.

Appeal Denial: if an appeal for federal financial aid is denied, the decision is final for that term. The student may re-establish eligibility for federal aid for a subsequent term by taking action to comply with the GPA and pace/time progression components of SAP policy standards.

Special Circumstances

Students with documented disabilities may be allotted additional time for completion of courses.

Change in Degree Program

All credits earned at Vermont Tech plus transfer credits are normally counted when the student changes degree programs. Each case is evaluated on its own merit. Students may not extend their period of enrollment by changing their majors after accumulating maximum credits for a program.

Grades & Credits

Courses with grades of W (withdrawn), I (incomplete), or F (failed) are counted as courses attempted but not earned and are also counted toward the maximum time frame.

Credits earned for repeated courses and remedial coursework don’t count toward academic progress. Courses graded solely on a pass/fail basis that are accepted toward the academic program are included when measuring academic progress.

Transfer credits accepted toward the student’s academic program or degree count as both attempted and earned credits and are counted when measuring SAP, but don’t impact GPA.

Review of Awards

The Director of Financial Aid reserves the privilege of reviewing and revising awards. Therefore, the applicant should notify Financial Aid immediately if there’s a change in either the student’s or the family’s financial situation. This includes the receipt of non-college scholarships. Financial aid awards may be adjusted upon receipt of such items as family contributions, grants, outside scholarships, and loans. Eligibility for financial aid depends on such resources not exceeding the total costs of attending VTC.

If a student receives an outside scholarship that the college doesn’t know about at the time an award letter is prepared, they’re issued a revised award reflecting an adjustment to avoid an over-award situation. Any initial adjustment is reflected in unmet need, then self-help (loan and work) before the gift aid portion of the financial aid package is adjusted.

Most financial aid awards are based originally upon the assumption that a student will enroll as a full-time student (12 or more credits per term) unless they have notified us to the contrary. If a student changes status from full- to part-time enrollment, an aid adjustment may result. A review of enrollment status is completed each term at the end of the add/drop period; any aid adjustments are made accordingly.

Vermont Tech Programs

School of Agriculture, Plant, & Animal Sciences Agribusiness Management (AAS) Dairy Farm Management (AAS) Diversified Agriculture (BS) Forestry (AAS) Landscape Contracting (AAS) Veterinary Technology (AAS) School of Engineering & Computing Advanced Software Development (AC) Architectural & Building Engineering Technology (AAS) Architectural Engineering Technology (BS) Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology (AE) […]

School of Agriculture, Plant, & Animal Sciences

Agribusiness Management (AAS)
Dairy Farm Management (AAS)
Diversified Agriculture (BS)
Forestry (AAS)
Landscape Contracting (AAS)
Veterinary Technology (AAS)

School of Engineering & Computing

Advanced Software Development (AC)
Architectural & Building Engineering Technology (AAS)
Architectural Engineering Technology (BS)
Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology (AE)
Computer Engineering Technology (AE)
Computer Engineering Technology (BS)
Computer Information Technology (AS)
Computer Information Technology (BS)
Computer Networking (AC)
Computer Software Engineering (AS)
Computer Software Engineering (BS)
Computer Software Engineering (MS)
Cybersecurity
Electrical Engineering Technology (AE)
Electrical Engineering Technology (BS)
Electromechanical Engineering Technology (BS)
General Engineering Technology
Manufacturing Engineering Technology (BS)
Mechanical Engineering Technology (AE)
Renewable Energy (BS)
Software Development (AC)
Web Development (AC)

School of General Education

General Education
Interdisciplinary Studies (BS)
Technical Education
Undeclared Major

School of Nursing & Health Professions

Dental Hygiene (AS, BS)
Dental Hygiene (+2 BS)
Nursing (C)
Nursing (AS)
Nursing (BS)
Paramedicine (C)
Radiologic Science (AS)
Respiratory Therapy (AS)

School of Professional Studies & Management

Applied Business Management (BS)
Automotive Technology (AAS)
Business Technology & Management (AAS)
Business Technology & Management (BS)
Business Technology & Management (+2 BS)
Construction Management (AAS)
Construction Management (BS)
Diesel Power Technology (AAS)
Diesel Technology
Entrepreneurship (AAS)
Entrepreneurship (BS)
Entrepreneurship (+2 BS)
Entrepreneurship Minor or Concentration
Professional Pilot Technology
Small Business Planning Specialization

General Education

Vermont Tech is committed to the intellectual and personal development of every student. Our educational programs foster the development of the whole person. This philosophy also aligns with Vermont Tech’s Definition of an Educated Person: Vermont Tech faculty, staff, and students believe that an educated person is one who assumes […]

Vermont Tech is committed to the intellectual and personal development of every student. Our educational programs foster the development of the whole person. This philosophy also aligns with Vermont Tech’s Definition of an Educated Person:

Vermont Tech faculty, staff, and students believe that an educated person is one who assumes responsibility for their own learning, for career preparation, and for citizenship. We believe that an educated person consistently strives to reach their full potential, can think critically, is globally aware, is civically engaged, is curious, and is an effective communicator.

We seek to foster an appreciation in each student for the major domains of human achievement; to provide a common educational experience; to refine ethical reasoning, critical thinking, writing, information literacy, communication, and quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills; to nurture civic, cultural, and global awareness and responsibility; to celebrate diversity and common values; to foster lifelong learning; and to produce a well-rounded graduate.

A baccalaureate graduate from Vermont Tech will be able to:

  1. Effectively speak, write, and communicate with a team
  2. Exhibit effective scientific and quantitative reasoning and problem-solving skills appropriate to their program field
  3. Prove effective qualitative and algorithmic reasoning skills
  4. Demonstrate an informed personal, civic, and social awareness
  5. Exhibit an informed aesthetic and cultural awareness
  6. Establish effective and ethical decision making skills
  7. Find and critically consider information from a wide range of sources
  8. Demonstrate essential skills and duties expected of professionals in their program field
  9. Continuously acquire new concepts, skills, and technologies in their program field

The college doesn’t guarantee that general education or elective courses are available and reserves the right to withdraw or restrict enrollment if a class is over-enrolled, under-enrolled, or the availability of faculty or other resources are limited. The student must still complete each requirement prior to receiving a degree. Some courses offered by major departments may fulfill elective requirements only for students who aren’t majoring in that department and only if the courses are approved for elective credit.

Course requirements may be fulfilled by simultaneous enrollment at other VSCS schools under the VSCS Consortium Agreement. Students can’t use one course to meet more than one requirement within their program except to meet a graduation standard or dual major/degree requirement.

The student works with their advisor to develop a plan to meet the general education elective requirements without requiring additional class loads or terms.

Associate Degree Requirements

Depending on specific program requirements, each associate degree student must complete the following general education requirements to meet the 20-credit minimum:

  • 1 credit of Digital & Computer Literacy
  • 3 credits of Fine Arts & Aesthetics/Humanistic Perspectives
  • 3 credits of Written Expression (composition, writing, and research)
  • 3 credits of technical communication
  • 3 credits of Mathematics
  • 3 credits of Social Sciences
  • 4 credits of Natural Science

Bachelor’s Degree Requirements

Depending on specific program requirements, each bachelor’s degree student must complete the following general education requirements plus any other general education courses required to meet the 40-credit minimum:

  • 3 credits of Written Expression (composition, writing, and research)
  • 3 credits of technical communication
  • 3 credits of Digital & Computer Literacy
  • 3 credits of Fine Arts & Aesthetics
  • 3 credits of Humanistic Perspectives
  • 3 credits of Social Sciences
  • 3 credits of either Fine Arts & Aesthetics, Humanistic Perspectives, or Social Sciences (3 credits minimum at the 3000 level)
  • 6 credits of Mathematics
  • 7 credits of Natural Science
  • 6 credits of other general education courses

Fine Arts & Aesthetics, Humanistic Perspectives, and Social Sciences Elective Requirements (AH/SS)

Each student is exposed to methods of inquiry and major concepts in Fine Arts & Aesthetics, Humanistic Perspectives, and Social Sciences. Courses at the lower level are offered as survey and special topics courses to expose students to a broad array of concepts and enhance reading, writing, and communication skills. Courses at the upper level require a higher level of learning and understanding. SS electives include survey courses from ECO, GEO, HIS, PSY, and SSC. For current offerings, see the academic scheduling page.

English Requirements

Each student completes ENG 1061 or its equivalent or a sequence of courses that emphasizes reading and writing and requires the successful completion of a research paper. Degree students may satisfy the requirements by completing one of the following as determined by placement: ENG 1042 and 1060; ENG 1060; or ENG 1061.

Each student also completes ENG 2080 which emphasizes the principles and forms of communication in the workplace, including a technical report, and they complete coursework that emphasizes effective speaking, organization, and presentation skills.

Information Technology Requirements

Each student uses computer information technology, including internet orientation, research, email, word processing, and software applications applicable to their field of study.

Mathematics Requirements

Each student completes the mathematical or empirical techniques for problem-solving in logic and critical thinking appropriate for their program of study. In addition to the regular mathematics offerings, there are other courses under separate subject listings that satisfy the logic and critical thinking component of this requirement.

Natural Science Requirements

Each student explores the natural sciences, including a lab experience. The course of study is determined by the major and can be filled by coursework available as electives. These science courses include BIO, CHE, and PHY, as well as appropriate coursework under other prefixes.

Foreword

Vermont Tech is part of the Vermont State Colleges System (VSCS) that includes Castleton University, Northern Vermont University, and the Community College of Vermont. The college offers collegiate-level programs in agriculture; business; engineering technologies; applied technologies; health professions; and renewable energy. Mission Statement We provide career-focused technical and professional education […]

Vermont Tech is part of the Vermont State Colleges System (VSCS) that includes Castleton University, Northern Vermont University, and the Community College of Vermont. The college offers collegiate-level programs in agriculture; business; engineering technologies; applied technologies; health professions; and renewable energy.

Mission Statement

We provide career-focused technical and professional education in a caring community which prepares students for immediate workplace success and continued learning.

Institutional Values

Vermont Tech emphasizes the core values of dedication, integrity, and responsibility as a foundation for learning, career preparation, and citizenship. The college is dedicated to its tradition of helping students reach their full potential by developing their academic and scholarly proficiency; critical thinking and communication skills; civic responsibility; and global awareness.

The faculty, staff, administration, and students at Vermont Tech are committed to forming a stimulating, compassionate, and supportive learning community which fosters the personal and professional growth of all members.

Vermont Tech values its role in supporting the Vermont economy and meeting the needs of businesses by preparing highly qualified graduates in various occupations, as well as by providing businesses with opportunities for continuing education for their employees.

Academic Recognition

By authority conferred by the Vermont legislature, the Trustees of the VSCS have authorized Vermont Tech to grant the degrees of associate of applied science, associate of science, associate of engineering, bachelor of science, and master of science with a major in the program pursued.

The Vermont Academy of Science and Technology (VAST) at Vermont Tech has Independent School Approval for grade 12 from the Vermont State Board of Education.

Vermont Tech is an institutional member of the New England Commission of Higher Education, the Vermont Higher Education Council, and the American Society for Engineering Education.

Accreditation

Vermont Tech is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).

The following programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org: Architectural & Building Engineering Technology; Architectural Engineering Technology; Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology; Computer Engineering Technology; Electrical Engineering Technology; Electromechanical Engineering Technology; Manufacturing Engineering Technology; Mechanical Engineering Technology.

The Automotive Technology program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) (ASE), 101 Blue Seal Dr, SE, Suite 101, Leesburg, VA 20175.

The Dental Hygiene associate degree program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation, 211 East Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611-2678, (312) 440-4653.

The Practical Nursing (system-wide, distance education), Associate Degree in Nursing (system-wide, distance education), and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN, distance education) programs are accredited by the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (NLN CNEA) located at 2600 Virginia Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20032, 202-909-2526

The Paramedicine program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), 9355-113th St. N, #7709, Seminole, FL 33775, (727) 210-2350. http://www.caahep.org

The Respiratory Therapy program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care, 264 Precision Blvd, Telford, TN 37690, 817-283-2835.

The Veterinary Technology program is accredited as a program for educating veterinary technicians by the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1931 North Meacham Rd, Suite 100, Schaumburg, IL 60173.

Locations

Randolph Center Campus
Williston Campus
Telepresence
Bennington Campus
Brattleboro Campus
Central Vermont Medical Center Site
Dartmouth Site
Johnson/Morrisville Site
Keene/Monadnock Site
Littleton/Lancaster Site
Lyndon Site
Middlebury Site
Newport Site
Rutland Site
St. Albans Site
White River Junction Site

Notice of College Regulations

The information contained in this catalog is current at the time of publication and subject to change at any time. The regulations included in this catalog and other official college statements are binding on all students. The college reserves the right to change any of the regulations or curriculum at any time. Students have had sufficient notice of all official regulations when such are contained in official publications or posted on the college’s website: www.vtc.edu.

Non-Discrimination & Equal Opportunity Statement

Every member of Vermont Tech should work to ensure non-discriminatory processes and practices with faculty, staff, and students. Qualified students are recruited for, admitted to, and participate in all college programs without discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age, veteran status, or disability. Vermont Tech provides reasonable accommodations to create equal opportunities for students with documented disabilities.

Faculty, administrators, and staff are employed without discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age, veteran status, or disability unrelated to job requirements. Vermont Tech makes reasonable accommodations to the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee.

Additionally, the Vermont State College System (VSCS) engages in affirmative efforts to recruit, admit, and support students and to recruit, employ, and support employees in order to achieve the diversity which advances the educational mission.

The VSCS complies with state and federal laws related to equal opportunity and non-discrimination. Any questions or complaints about potential or perceived discrimination in violation of any state or federal law should be directed to: the Vermont Tech Ombudsperson, the VSCS Office of the Chancellor, the Vermont Office of the Attorney General, or the federal Equal Opportunity Employment Commission.

If auxiliary aid or service is needed to apply for admission or employment, please contact Vermont Tech’s Human Resources Director. For questions related to Title IX, please contact the Title IX coordinator via mail at PO Box 500, Randolph Center, Vermont 05061.