Founded in 1866, Vermont Tech has a long history serving the educational needs of Vermonters. Before Vermont was a state in the Union, it had declared itself an independent country and crafted its own constitution.
Career Services offers a number of resources to help students find the right job:
Single-room requests must be submitted in writing to the Housing Coordinator. Each semester, the college will determine if it can accommodate single room requests. If space is available, requests will be honored in the order in which they are received, depending on the requester’s earned academic credits.
The Hartness Library, located in Randolph Center, VT, serves both the Community College of Vermont and Vermont Tech. Faculty, staff, and registered students can access all Hartness Library resources through the library website and have walk-in access to borrow some materials in other Vermont State College libraries.
The Health Center provides screening with referrals as needed to the student’s primary care provider or, in the case of Randolph students, to the Gifford Medical Clinic Urgent Care. There are also educational materials at the Health Center and a limited range of over-the-counter medications available for use by students with minor medical problems.
Vermont Tech’s main campus is located in Randolph Center – a quintessential small Vermont town in the geographical heart of the state. Situated on 544 picturesque acres, the campus encompasses residence halls for 620 students, modern classrooms and labs, conference facilities, the SHAPE facility, and the college farmstead. We even have our own ski hill!
The athletic department strives to provide an athletic program of excellence for all students and provides an equal opportunity to compete at the local, regional and national level. The opportunity to compete on an athletic team for Vermont Tech is considered a privilege, and it comes with responsibilities. As a participant in athletics at Vermont Tech, student-athletes not only access voluntary learning experiences that involve opportunities beyond the traditional classroom setting, but those student athletes also serve as ambassadors to the school, other schools, and the community.
Vermont Tech is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).
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