Location
Randolph Center, VT
Undergrads
1,143
Tuition (in-state)
$22,128 ($12,024)
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 116 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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5 College Senior

Campus Resources: The computer tech class staffs the IT department so our computers are always being updated and we always have the newest gizmos and gadgets.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: They know that nursing students are non-traditional students and understand our challenges .

3 College Senior

Student Body: Vermont isn't a culturally diverse place. But it is very accepting.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: This program is definitely the hardest most rewarding in the state of Vermont.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: This college provides work based experience in every field from industry practicing professionals. When VTC are done with school they are universally accepted as fully trained in their given field.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I've learned a lot, especially with subject pertaining to my specific degree.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: My professors are great and understand when I need some extra time- if they trust the cause, and know when to help on hard topics.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Vermont Tech is a great school with caring and knowledgeable faculty/administration, that also has a fair tuition, and Financial Aid is easy to acquire if properly sought after.

2 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are not a lot of things that go on at Vermont Tech. There are some events that student council sponsors throughout the year, but there are not many 'unique' opportunities on campus.

College Junior

Online Courses: I have not taken an online course, but from my interactions with other students, they are structured fairly well.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Some of the classes have options as to when you can take them, other classes have one time, and if you can't fit that in your schedule, then you can't take the class. It can create the situation of attending another semester if your schedule doesn't fit the way it should. Other than that, as long as your schedule isn't exceptional, things flow smoothly.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I have had several problems with setting up my schedule every year I have been at VTC. My advisor has no idea what I needed to take for credits so now I am scrabbling to make up these forgotten credits that I need in order to graduate. Also when I sign up in the admin office many students have to go back because they place us in a class that will overlap another class. It's frustrating especially when the other class that you need is full so you can't change classes and end up dropping a class.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: We have so much potential as a college. VTC has a ton of acreage and we could expand our campus tremendously. Our only problem is that we don't have enough money to begin any of these projects. If we could start these projects we have several different majors that could expand their knowledge and use that to help contribute to the projects around campus. I think we need to get the majors more into projects around campus even if it's building a new storage shed or helping maintenance with lights.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: It seems like the IT people are always working on the internet. They do send out e-mails warning us when the internet is going to be down but it's almost a weekly thing it seems. As for computer labs, there are plenty of them around campus and I can always sit at a computer while a class is going on; most teachers are OK with that. I have never gone over the number of copies I can make in the computer labs. They give us a good number so we aren't just wasting the paper but using it effectively.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: Teachers make students comfortable and push them to keep on track with their homework and other submissions. I personally liked having the time to do my work when ever I felt like I had the motivation to do it. Sometimes the teachers will post something the night before an assignment is due and I didn't get online 24/7 to check so I lost a grade point for something last minute.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Campus activities are lame sometimes and the college's sports are slowly dying but the library and resources are wonderful and easy to use. The gym is small and the pool doesn't fit regulation size for a swim team which sucks. The student center is pretty dull and lifeless most of the time.

3 College Junior

Student Body: Everyone I have interacted with is peaceful, and easy to get along with.

2 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Not overly impressed with the 'help' I've received through this school. I am on my own, and paying for school by myself, but see other students who are not struggling, and are living with two working parents... I don't understand how they figure their aid, really.

3 College Junior

Career Services: They set you up with interviews, which is helpful. They also assist in the application process, and give good resume help.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: When I first began my construction degree, I thought that being the only female in the majority of my classes might be a bit of a struggle. I was proved wrong. I was accepted, and treated as one of the group. I still had to prove myself, but when I did, I was taken in and accepted easily.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Experience is good. Sometimes you get a 'dud' professor, but I suppose you'll have those in any institution..

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Internet access in the dorms is quite slow... mainly because of the amount of people who use it for online gaming access. The computer labs are readily available, as well as computers in the library. Easy to have your own computer and have access in your dorm room, but depending on the day, its almost better to go to a lab or the library for the quicker internet...

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Frequently available, easy access, you just have to reach out, and they will help you.. I think that the 'facilities fee' is a bit outrageous, but as I've found out, there's nothing you can really do about it... Gym is a little small, but not bad. Overall, campus is comfortable. Good setting.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Its been a great experience and Im so excited to begin my education in nursing

College Senior

Campus Resources: I don't live on campus but they do have a great library

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