Let VSAC help you with smart college planning.
High school juniors, sophomores & parents — Join us at College Pathways 2020 for free college planning workshops that cover the admissions process, where to find money for college, how to find a school or career training program that matches your needs and budget, and much more. Choose from 4 dates on 4 different Vermont college campuses. It's all free! Workshops fill up quickly, so register today!
- February 26 at Castleton University, Castleton
- March 11 at Landmark College, Putney
- March 19 at Saint Michael's College, Colchester
- April 6 at Northern Vermont University–Lyndon, Lyndon
Higher education may be expensive, but research shows it’s well worth the investment. Smart college planning starts with understanding the costs—and the resources available to help. Get step-by-step guidance on creating a financial plan and accessing financial aid.
Whether you’re a high school student looking to the future or an adult looking to make a change, exploring what careers are out there—and what may be right for you—is an important part of the college planning process. Get information on how to choose the right career goals—and the right education or training to get you there.
There are thousands of colleges and career training programs to choose from in the U.S. alone. We can help you find the one that’s right for you. Get tips on how to compare schools and learn about the many colleges, universities, technical schools, and other programs right here in Vermont.
With a little planning, funding a college education can be easier to achieve than you might think. Vermont’s 529 college savings plan can help you save for college and enjoy tax advantages. And it doesn’t take much to get started. You can open an account with as little as $25!