Vermont Technical College is a public technical college that has main campus locations in Randolph Center and Williston, Vermont. VTC is a member of the Vermont State Colleges, which is a consortium of the five public colleges in Vermont. VTC was founded in 1866, and is the only one of Vermont’s state colleges that specializes in technical education. The academic programs at VTC provide students with the skills that are needed to succeed in today’s technological workplace. VTC offers a career-oriented technical education in specialized study areas that are related to applied sciences, agriculture, engineering, business and sustainability and health sciences.
Associate's and bachelor's degrees, certificates, and continuing education courses are offered. Students that receive a VTC education are prepared for workforce entry, continuing education, and life-long learning. Online learning continuing education and workforce development programs provide students with the skills that are needed for careers in healthcare, manufacturing, business and computer technology, and programs are also offered to professionals that allow them to receive continuing education. Online programs are open enrollment programs that make it possible for students to begin when they want to, and work at their own pace.
Accreditation & Licensing
Vermont Technical College is accredited by:
New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE)