News Releases

20
Jun

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights appoints Tom Little to state advisory committee

Group will evaluate and report on civil rights concerns in Vermont

WINOOSKI (June 20, 2014) – The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has appointed Tom Little, vice president and general counsel of the Vermont Student Assistance Corp., to its Vermont State Advisory Committee.

State advisory committe...

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13
Jun

VSAC Announces Rates for Vermont Advantage Financing

Low fixed rates from Vermont’s nonprofit agency help students pay for education

WINOOSKI (June 13, 2014) – Vermont Student Assistance Corp. has announced its low fixed rates for Vermont Advantage education loans for the 2014-15 academic year.

Available to both undergraduate and graduate students who need add...

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12
Jun

VSAC Workshop Focuses on Paying for Education

WINOOSKI (June 12, 2014) – The Vermont Student Assistance Corp. will present “Save on Your Education: Grants for Adults,” Friday, June 20, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the VSAC Community Room at 10 E. Allen St.

The workshop is spons...

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30
May

Musgrove Family Celebrates First “529 Day” Baby with VHEIP 529 Plan Contribution

The first baby born at a participating Vermont hospital receives $529 for a college savings account

Angela Musgrove and Scott Powers hold baby Skyra
Proud parents Angela Musgrove and Scott Powers hold Skyra, Vermont’s 529 Baby, born at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital on May 29 at 12:36 a.m.

WINOOSKI (May 30, 2014) – The Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems and Verm...

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12
May

VHEIP Will Celebrate “529 Day” with a $529 Giveaway throughout May

Parents can enter to win a $529 contribution to college savings account

WINOOSKI (May 12, 2014) – May 29 is national “529 Day,” and VHEIP (Vermont’s 529 College Savings Plan) invites parents to launch their own 529 plan this month.

All parents can enter to win one of two $529 contributions to a Vermo...

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01
May

VSAC Senior Survey Confirms Growing Gender & Geographic Gaps in Vermont

Fewer males opt for education after high school; Lamoille County reports biggest gap in postsecondary education ambitions

WINOOSKI (April 29, 2014) – Females are outpacing males in pursuing postsecondary education in Vermont and the state is seeing wide variations by county in who chooses to continue studies after high school.

These are two of the s...

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