Vermont Technical College

Infobox_University
name = Vermont Technical College
established = 1866
type = Public technical college
president = Ty Handy
chancellor = Robert G. Clarke
city = Randolph Center
state = VT
country = USA
campus = Rural: convert|554|acre|km2
enrollment = 1,453
staff = 100
website = http://www.vtc.edu/
address = Randolph Center, VT 05061-0500
telephone = 800-442-8821|

, each college with its own president and deans. The college prides itself on graduating students' extremely high placement rate, which as of 2007 was reported as 98% placement in industry.

Student Clubs

There are roughly 30 clubs and student organizations. Some of the most popular are:
* Student Council (Student Advocating Body)
* The [http://web.vtc.edu/clubs/lambda/ Lambda] Club (Gay Straight Alliance)
* The Christian Fellowship
* The VTCFR (Vermont Technical College First Responders)
* The Vermont Technical College RFC (Rugby Football Club)
* The Adventurers' Guild (Student Gaming Club)
* [http://cc.vtc.edu/ VTC3] (VTC's Computer Club)
* The Horticulture Club
* The Weightlifting Club
* The Golf Club
* The Hockey Club

Student Radio Station

WVTC, a 300 watt radio station run entirely by the student body, was forced to suspend on air operations in fall 2007 when their FCC license expired. At this time, student members of the station are working with college administration to renew the lapsed license with an anticipated return to on air operation in the fall of 2008. The station continues to braodcast on line.

CAMPUS LIFE

In addition to its outstanding academic programs, the college offers a wide variety of activities for students in addition to the clubs and organizations listed above. Intercollegiate athletics include men's and women's basketball and soccer, baseball, softball, golf and cross country. Intramurals are diverse and include both college and community resources. The Randolph Campus is a meca for those who enjoy outdoor activites like skiing and snowboarding, snowmobiling, hunting, fishing, cross country skiing and snowshoeing, hiking and cycling. The White River provides excellent opportunites for kayaking and canoeing. Student events are wide ranging and vary according to student interest.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS"'For a complete listing of academic programs go to [http://www.vtc.edu]

Related resources

* List of colleges and universities in the United States
** List of colleges and universities in Vermont

External links

* [http://www.vtc.edu/ Vermont Technical College Website]
* [http://hartness.vsc.edu Hartness Library System] - serves the Vermont Technical Colleges and Community College of Vermont
* [http://www.vtcted.org Technology Extension Division] Provides education and training services to Vermont employers
* [http://www.naia.org]


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