VSAC will be closed on Tuesday, January 31, for a staff meeting. We will reopen on Wednesday, February 1.
VSAC Scholarship Booklet Puts Students in Touch with Funding Opportunities
WINOOSKI, Vt. -- For students who are applying to college this year, or who are looking for financial help for ongoing college study or for continuing education, it pays to research scholarship opportunities.
Every year, VSAC...
VSAC’s College & Career Pathways Events Offer Workshops on Campuses Across Vermont
WINOOSKI, Vt. -- High schools around the state are invited to bring students to one of this year's Vermont Student Assistance Corp. (VSAC) College & Career Pathways events:
- Bennington College – Tuesday, Feb. 7, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m...
802 Opportunity is key to Vermont’s workforce development
WINOOSKI, Vt., -- We’ve long known that the most promising jobs in Vermont require education and training beyond high school. Yet too often, Vermonters seeking that education and workforce training cannot afford it. Cost is...
23 Things to Do in 2023
Simple Steps Can Make the Difference in Student Success
WINOOSKI, Vt. -- When counselors at Vermont Student Assistance Corp. (VSAC) speak with students who have successfully completed high school and achieved their first early-adulthood goals – be it college admission, starting a...
VSAC Resources Ease the Journey to Finding Educational Funding
From FAFSA to Financial Aid and Scholarships
WINOOSKI, Vt. -- Are you looking for ways to help pay for your education or training after high school? Financial aid is money that a student receives to help pay for college or career training expenses.
The Vermont Student...
Gov. Scott, Dept. of Labor and McClure Foundation Announce Vermont's Most Promising Jobs
VSAC Helps Students Find the Education Funding They Need
Governor Phil Scott, the Vermont Department of Labor (VDOL) and the McClure Foundation announced the release of Vermont’s Most Promising Jobs, a list assembled by VDOL and McClure that includes more than 50 occupations...