School Cancellations, Closings, and Delays
Check the Web
Follow the directions below to view class cancellation or college closure information. Please note, if your campus has a cancellation line, the information on the phone message may be more current than web announcements.
- Log on to: opens in a new windowportal.vsc.edu
- Log on: If you do not know your log on identity or password, contact Information Technology at 802-728-1721
- Select: My Vermont Tech
- Select: Class Cancellations – Randolph Center (or) Williston
Individual Class Phone Trees
Faculty and commuter students with 8 a.m. classes are encouraged to establish a phone tree to communicate class delays or closures.
Vermont Broadcast Stations
The broadcast stations listed below have agreed to carry announcements regarding campus closures. These stations will not broadcast individual class delays or closures, only campus delays or closures.
|Williston & Randolph Center|
|WEZF||92.9 FM||Williston and Randolph Center|
|Williston & Randolph Center|
|WNCS||104.7 FM||Williston & Randolph Center|
|WJJR||98.1 FM||Williston & Randolph Center|
|WHDQ||106.1 FM||Randolph Center and Brattleboro|
|WZLF||107.1 FM||Randolph Center and Brattleboro|
|WWOD||104.3 FM||Randolph Center & Brattleboro|
|WZRT||97.1 FM||Randolph Center & Bennington|
|WVXR||102.1 FM||Randolph Center|
|WRFK||107.1 FM||Randolph Center|
The Director of Marketing & Communications is responsible for all news releases, publications, and public relations. News releases reporting on College events and student accomplishments, from sports scores to scholarship and honors announcements, to graduation lists will be sent to hometown newspapers and other media outlets. This office also prints Tech Talk and creates and prints publications for the various programs and divisions of the College.
The Department of Public Safety, in consultation with the Dean of Students, is responsible for issuing timely warnings in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act.
Any individual who notices suspicious or unlawful or dangerous activity or is the victim of such activity should notify Public Safety at ext 1292 or at the office, Admin 122. As soon as possible after the incident report, the Director of Public Safety, Dean of the College, Dean of Students, and Director of Marketing and Public Relations will meet to determine if and when a timely warning should be issued. The decision to issue a timely warning shall be decided on a case by case basis in compliance with the Clery Act and will consider all facts available at that time. The timing of the notification shall be based upon whether the circumstances present a serious or continuing threat to students or employees and the possible risk of compromising law enforcement efforts.
A timely warning will be issued by one or more of the following steps:
Use of the SendWordNow notification system.
Distribution of a campus wide email
Distribution of timely warning flyers around campus
Posting the warning on the College website and Portal
Warnings may include, but are not limited to:
Type of incident
Date, time and location of incident
Suspect information and description
Warnings may be updated as new information becomes available.
Detailed information for Veterans seeking to attend and currently attending Vermont Technical College can be found at Veterans Affairs page.