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VSAC in the News
Babies born May 29 to receive birthday bonus
Lucky babies born May 29 in Vermont will receive a $100 deposit into a Vermont 529 college savings account opened in his or her name by the Vermont Student Assistance Corp (VSAC).
Proctor Junior/Senior High School wins FAFSA Challenge
The senior class at Proctor Junior/Senior High School will have some extra cash to celebrate their high school graduation this year.
Franklin County Businesses Step Up to Offer Scholarships
MED Associates, based in Fairfax, and Vermont Precision Tools, located in Swanton, have each contributed to establish this new $1,000 scholarship, which will allow two local students to continue their education in the fields of...
Phil Scott commemorates first 100 days in office
As part of commitment to prioritize spending in workforce development the Governor proposed an additional $1 million for adult non-degree education and training through VSAC's grant program in the budget and an additional $4...
VSAC lends a helping hand
VSAC gives an average of $20 million a year in grants to 13,000 students. They have 160 scholarship programs with a total of $5.9 million per year.