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Participants in the knighting ceremony march up the Randolph campus.
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech Announces New Dean

President Patricia Moulton names the Dean of Academic Affairs, Ana Gaillat. Read more about her appointment...

Architectural Engineering Technology student attending the annual ASHRE Winter Conference in Atlanta
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech Engineering Students Attend International Conference

Seven students from Architectural Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Engineering Technology and Electromechanical Engineering Technology recently attended the ASHRAE Winter Conference in Atlanta, GA. Read more about their trip...

Green Mountain College campus building during winter
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech Provides Teach-Out Assistance to Green Mountain College Students

As part of a formal Teach-Out Agreement between Green Mountain College (GMC) and Castleton University and the Vermont State Colleges system, students currently attending GMC may enroll at Vermont Tech to complete their studies. Read more about the teach-out agreement...

A view of the Randolph Center campus in winter.
Amanda Chaulk

Delayed Start 1/21/19

On Monday, January 21, the College will delay its opening to 10 a.m. Read more...

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Photo taken at the Apprenticeship Week press conference of Governor Scott, Commissioner Kurrle and employers
Amanda Chaulk

News Release from VTDOL Regarding Apprenticeship Week

Governor and Labor Commissioner Declare 4th Annual National Apprenticeship Week in Vermont

two graduates smile at the camera
Savannah Simonds

2018 Graduates Achieve 99% Placement Rate

Vermont Tech has seen another successful year of placement. 99% of 2018 graduates found employment or are continuing their education. Read more. 

President Moulton at the podium speaking to the Apprenticeship graduation
Amanda Chaulk

Op-Ed - Earning and Learning: Apprenticeships and Access

President Patricia Moulton recently wrote an op-ed about the importance of apprenticeships and post-secondary education. Read the full article here...

Vermont Tech celebrates with fireworks over the campus at night.
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech Rises in Rankings for 2019 by U.S. News & World Report

Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that the college has been ranked 19th among the Best Northeast Regional Colleges for 2019 in the annual best college rankings published by U.S. News & World Report. The college has risen in two important cateories this year, in both the public college category and Best Colleges for Vets. As a public college, Vermont Tech ranks 9th in the Northeast region, making it one of the top 15 public colleges in the north for the seventh year in a row. Read more.

Vermont Tech Paramedicine student practices intubating on a simulation mannequin in the clinic.
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech has received full initial accreditation for their Paramedicine program, first in Vermont

Vermont Tech has received full initial accreditation for their Paramedicine program from the CAAHEP, first in Vermont. Read more...

Professional Pilot flight simulator controls with screen showing a landing.
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech Authorized to Certify Pilot Graduates with Reduced Flight Experience

Vermont Tech is now authorized to certify Pilot graduates who have reduced flight experience to apply for their RATP certificate. Read more...

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