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(left to right) Professor Chris Reilly, Adam Miller, Morgan Easton, Louis Porter, and Governor Phil Scott
Savannah

Great Humans: Helping a Fish Hatchery Improve their Energy Efficiency

Fish Hatcheries around Vermont are improving their energy efficiency, one Vermont Tech student is helping out. Read more. 

Vermont Tech's Randolph Center campus.
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Vermont Tech is Ranked Best Value School for 2018 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 2018 in the annual best college rankings published by U.S. News & World Report. In the public college category, Vermont Tech ranks 10th in the Northeast region, making it one of the top 15 public colleges in the north for the sixth year in a row. Read more.

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Students test a Caterpillar simulator
Savannah

Shaping STEM: Transportation Campers Discover New Paths

How do VTrans and Vermont Tech get kids excited about STEM? This summer camp introduces middle and high school students to careers in the transportation industry. Read more.

A dental hygiene student cleans teeth
Savannah

Vermont Tech Receives Delta Dental Gift

Delta Dental Plan of Vermont has awarded Vermont Technical College a $63,000 grant to expand the college’s Dental Hygiene program. Read more. 

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Students present their entrepreneurship finals
Savannah

‘Road Pitch’ Competition Comes To Vermont Technical College

Possible Funders Hope To Turn Business Plans Into Reality.

As part of the fourth annual Fresh Tracks Road Pitch business competition, Vermont Small Business Development Center (VtSBDC) and Vermont Technical College are working together to bring one of 10 total “pitch stop” business competition events to the college’s SHAPE Community Center Thursday, Aug. 3 from 10:30 a.m. till 12:30 p.m. Learn more.

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Our 2017 graduation ceremony is wrapped up as the procession leaves the tent
Savannah

Spring 2017 President's and Dean's Lists Honorees

Every semester, Vermont Tech honors the students who have done exceptionally well in their academic studies. Here is the full list of the Spring 2017 honors students, those who made either the President's or Dean's List. Read more.

Ethan Guillemette, graduate of Vermont Tech's first class of BS Manufacturing Engineering Technology, is watching the computer screen to monitor a sheer test in the metrology lab.
Amanda

Assembly Required: Vermont Tech's New Manufacturing Degree Program Builds Better Workers

If Vermont manufacturers could design and assemble the ideal employee to join their future workforce, that person would look a lot like Ethan Guillemette. Read more...

A graduate spreads her arms in celebration
Savannah

Class of 2017 Celebrates Graduation

May 20th and 21st 507 graduates from 47 programs moved their tassels and became the Vermont Tech class of 2017. Read more.

A close up photo of small American flags inserted into the ground making a field of red, white and blue.
Amanda

Vermont Tech dedicates veterans lounge to former students

Vermont Tech dedicated the new Veterans Lounge to three former Vermont Tech students - Adam Muller, Jamie Gray and Kevin Sheehan - during a ceremony on the Randolph Center campus on April 26, 2017. Learn more...

Tech Radio
Savannah

WVTC Officially Over the Hill: The College Radio Station Celebrates its 50th

Coming to you live from Vermont Tech’s Morey Hall in Randolph Center, WVTC is your local college radio station. Read more...

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