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Vermont college-going trends have both bright spots and concerns
New VSAC research looks at high school grads two years out
WINOOSKI (November 2, 2015) – Vermont Student Assistance Corp. is out today with the second in a series of profiles following Vermont’s high school class of 2012 and its findings show Vermont mirrors many national trends with some...
Vermonters to attend White House ‘Reach Higher’ summit
VSAC President Scott Giles & Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe to consult on FAFSA completion
WINOOSKI (Oct. 20, 2015) – Scott Giles, president and CEO of Vermont Student Assistance Corp., and Agency of Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe are among national education experts invited to White House’s “Reach Higher” summit...
VISTA member joins VSAC for college success initiatives
Partnership with Vermont State Colleges will provide mentoring, persistence strategies
WINOOSKI (August 20, 2015) – Vermont Student Assistance Corp. welcomes a new AmeriCorps VISTA member for a year-long partnership with Vermont State Colleges that will bring mentoring and personalized guidance for low-income and...
VSAC selects Intuition College Savings Solutions to manage Vermont 529 Plan
VHEIP account holders will benefit from lower fees, more investment choices
WINOOSKI (August 14, 2015) – Vermont Student Assistance Corp. today announced it has selected Intuition College Savings Solutions to manage the Vermont Higher Education Investment Plan, the state’s 529 college savings plan.
VSAC Talent Search program wins national video competition
Enosburg family and Putney students make education opportunity No. 1
WINOOSKI (Aug. 12, 2015) – A video featuring an Enosburg family about education opportunity has won a national video competition.
“The Lombard Family: A TRIO Talent Search Success Story,” features five sisters who have...
VSAC receives grant from J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation
School-based & regional training will focus on new personalized learning plans
WINOOSKI (July 6, 2015) – Vermont Student Assistance Corp., celebrating 50 years of helping Vermonters pursue education after high school, has been selected to receive a $60,000 grant from the J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation...