Blog Archive: November 2020

Vermont Applies Month
Vermont Virtual College Fair kicks off ‘Vermont Applies’ month Looking at colleges in Vermont? Mark your calendar for Dec. 2, from 3-8 p.m., to “tour” Vermont’s colleges and universities at the Vermont Virtual College Fair, hosted by Vermont Student Assistance Corp. Register here and schedule
Read More >
second semester loans
Although learning looks different this year as schools and training programs continue to adjust their plans, VSAC’s commitment to Vermont students remains unchanged. As Vermont’s nonprofit higher education agency, we’re here to help families plan and pay for undergraduate and graduate education
Read More >
Jamira Armah
Jamira Armah was able to come to the United States from Ghana through a Visa lottery. She first settled in New York City, where she trained as a certified nursing assistant. She moved to Vermont in 1999 for a relationship and met with the Educational Opportunity Center program counselor for the
Read More >
girl in library stacks
An hour of your time could = $1,000 (or more) for college or training. But to be considered, you need to apply. Here’s how. Did you know that every year, VSAC administers about $25 million in grants and scholarships to Vermont students? For the current academic year, eligible Vermont students have
Read More >