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CCV gratefully acknowledges our generous donors. The gifts listed have been made in the most recent fiscal year, from July 1, 2013, through June 30, 2014. PATRONS Gifts of $100 to $249

FRIENDS Gifts up to $99

Joseph Benard ‘94

Eleonore Makosso ‘13

Adam & Dianne Benezra

Patricia Meader ‘97

Jeanne Bennett

Irene Mitchell Wesley Mook

Clem & Sharon Bissonnette

Roberta Noyes ‘83

Joanne Blakeman

Francine Panely ‘78

Melinda Boenning

Andrew Pezzulo

Janet & John Bossi

Dianne Pollak

Jane Bradley ‘93

Dick Rapacz

Raymond & Deirdre Brassard

Pip Richens

Christine Brooks

Carol Ann & Michael Richman

Maria Calamia

Kathi Rousselle

Paul M. Capriola

William Sacco

Celine Champine

Ann Schroeder Janette Shaffer

Julie Choquette ‘97

Debbie J. Spears ‘08

Patti Cook

Katherine Stamper

Paul & Deanna Couture

Gary & Kathleen Starr

Sandy Desorda

Nora A. Swierczynski ‘73

Mel Donovan

Corrie Tamburro ‘08

Senator Bill Doyle

Diego Uribe De Urbina ‘98

Marie DuBray

Carol Vallett

Ryan & Meg Dulude

Mike Van Dyke

David Dutcher ‘07

Edward A. Vizvarie ‘01

Anne M. Duzinski ‘90

Richard Wade ‘99

Betty & Paul Dye

Roger Webster ‘85

Michele A. Eid ‘91

Joe & Terrie Whalen

Nicholas Farnham ‘04

Peggy Williams

Sheila Fors ‘78

Joan M. Wollrath ‘84

Hester Fuller Ronald R. Gabriel Bill & Winnie Geiger Karen M. Geiger ‘00 Seth Gibson Elisabeth Gish ‘02 Michael Griffith Lindsay S. Hard ‘09 Gerald Hayden ‘08 Jody Hayden ‘02 Cathy Hunter Peter Keating Sylvia Kinney ‘81 Alison Kirk Mr. & Mrs. Roland Labounty Darlene Larochelle Robert Larrabee ‘99 Anne Lezak & Dr. Harry Chen Suzanne Lovell ‘87

DONORS TO CCV

CCV.EDU

BENEFACTORS Gifts greater than $5,000

THE LEGACY SOCIETY Bequests, planned gifts and named endowments

Jeanne Bernek ‘11

David Chase ‘06 & Pam Scott ‘04

CCV

PO BOX 660 MONTPELIER, VT 05601

IN HONOR OF Gifts in recognition of those who have made a significant difference in our donors’ lives. Anonymous In the name of Mica DeAngelis Jeremy & Rebecca Asarese In the name of Janice Couture

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Gifts of $1,000 to $4,999

DEAN’S LIST Gifts of $500 to $999

ADVOCATES Gifts of $250 to $499

John Sweeney In the name of Paul J. Sweeney

BENEFACTORS

Margo Waite ‘75

Hubey Folsom ‘93

AT&T

Gordon & Deborah Winters

Patricia M. Fontaine

Eleanor Wilson In the names of Eric Sakai, Susan Henry & Tim Donovan*

Bari and Peter Dreissigacker

IN MEMORY OF Gifts in memory of loved ones who have passed away. Adam & Dianne Benezra, Linda & Jerry Benezra, Bob & Lois Frey, David & Edlyn Pursell In memory of Jennifer Frey Elizabeth Cote In memory of Martha Ianelli Janice Couture In memory of Alfred, Marguerite, Raymond, Annette, & Greg Couture

TELL US YOUR CCV “COLLEGE IN MY BACKYARD” STORY

CCV.EDU/CIMBY

Family of Evelyn Hoffman Donovan In memory of Evelyn Hoffman Donovan Tom & Charlotte MacLeay In memory of William B. MacLeay, III Debbie Spears, Katherin Veilleux In memory of G. Jason Conway Ken Kalb* & Nance Driscoll John & Jennifer Vogel In memory of Leah Kalb THE LEGACY SOCIETY Honors the generosity of donors who make bequests and planned gifts or who have established named endowments. Anonymous (2) Joseph & Dale Boutin Joseph & Dale Boutin Scholarship Fund

WAYS TO GIVE There are many meaningful ways to support CCV and our students, including a gift in honor of or in memory of a special individual.

COLLEGE IN MY BACKYARD

John & Jessica Brumsted In the name of Laurie Loveland

Janet F. Gillette The Endowment for Teaching & Learning The Endowment for Student Success

Janice Couture, Mica DeAngelis & Barry Mansfield, Janette Shaffer In the name of Susan Henry

Ken Kalb* & Nance Driscoll John & Jennifer Vogel Leah M. Kalb Scholarship Fund

Elisabeth Gish In the name of Sally Sairs

Laurie Lawrence-Pepin ‘92

Bette Matkowski In the names of her parents

Susan E. Mehrtens

Francine Panely In the name of her mentor, Nancy Chard

Ann Newsmith *Former CCV President

Fountain Fund

Thomas Arner

Jen & Deanna Garrett-Ostermiller

Jane Guyette / Bergeron Family Foundation

Pam Chisholm & Ted Franzeim

Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.

Gabrielle Dietzel

Kenneth Hammer

J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation

David Ellenbogen

Bill & Carol Harrison

Nellie Mae Foundation

Julie M. Hudson

Mary D. Hulette

New England Federal Credit Union

Ken Kalb* & Nance Driscoll

Don & Gracie Kelpinski

Redducs Foundation

Tiffany Keune

James & Marie Kilbride

David Stiller

Elmer Kimball

Sara Kobylenski

Vermont Community Foundation

Julie Lee

Robert & Elisabeth Lehr

Laurie Loveland

Meredith & David Liben

Dianne Maccario

Thomas & Susan Little

Anonymous (1)

Laura & Dave Massell

KD Maynard

Tapp Barnhill

David & Edlyn Pursell

Bill Meyer

Carol & David Buchdahl

Shirley Ridgway

Linda R. Milne

Janice Couture

Allan Rodgers & Mary Alice McKenzie

Dorothy & R. John Mitchell

Timothy Donovan*

Eric Sakai

May Munger

Bob & Lois Frey

Jeremy Schrauf

Bruce O’Rourke & Liz Cote

Linda Gabrielson

William & Kate Schubart

Ed Patterson

Jerry Greenfield & Elizabeth K. Skarie Foundation

Warren & Nancy Severance

Susan ‘94 & Robert Regier

Terrance Stanley ‘06

Robert ‘94 & Denise Rodd

Deborah ‘89 & Ernest Stewart

John Rosenblum ‘83

Meta Strick

Jean E. Snow ‘77

Michael & Lisa Yaeger

Jerry Spivey

Yasmine Ziesler

Diana Stone ‘02 / Stone Underground Construction

PATRONS

Lee & Byron Stookey

Susan Henry & Sture Nelson

THE ANNUAL FUND – This fund supports the overall mission of CCV by

Jeannie Jenkins

providing unrestricted resources for new initiatives as well as a variety of operational

Ben & Joyce Judy

needs and projects.

Tom Kauffmann ‘04 Agnes M. Lindsay Trust Main Street Landing Company

STUDENT ASSISTANCE FUND – From fixing a tire so a student can get

Barbara Martin

to class, to buying a much-needed textbook, every dollar donated to CCV’s Student

John & Jennifer Vogel

Assistance Fund provides direct support to students in your local community.

Eleanor Wilson

GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND – Every dollar given to this non-endowed

DEAN’S LIST

fund goes directly to tuition assistance for students.

Anonymous (1) Banwell Architects Annie Fernandez

PLANNED GIVING – Bequests and planned gifts may take many forms,

Pixley Tyler Hill

including named endowments; they ensure a strong CCV for generations to come.

Joan Kaye Tom & Charlotte MacLeay Bette Matkowski

Barbara Martin May Munger

Cathy Frank

Hackett Valine & MacDonald

Gabrielle Dietzel Bob & Lois Frey Jennifer Frey Memorial Fund

ADVOCATES

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

#CIMBY

CCV is committed to non-discrimination in its learning and working environments for all persons. All educational and employment opportunities at CCV are offered without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other category protected by law. CCV is an equal opportunity employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Design: Maggie Corbin & Josh Larkin Photos: Josh Larkin

Katie & Seth Mobley National Life Group

2014 ANNUAL REPORT

Pat Forbes

EdMap, Inc.

Dee Steffan Mark Triller / Triller Print Source & Services

Anonymous (3)

John Sweeney

Kenneth & Gail Albert

Carol R. Sweeney ‘76

Jeremy & Rebecca Asarese

Steven C. Thompson ‘96

Carolyn Barnes

Erin Tittel

Graham Bauerle

Katherine P. Veilleux

Linda & Rich Bell

Thomas Ware

Robinson Billings

Heather Weinstein

Jessica Brumsted

JJ & Kathy Williams

Patricia A. Chartrand

Jan Roy & Steven Young

John Christensen

Sandy & Margy Zabriskie

Deborah Clark Concept2, Inc.

FRIENDS

Mica DeAngelis & Barry Mansfield

Anonymous (6)

Leora Dowling

June Anderson

Richard Eisele

Ann Aspell

Tammy Ellis ‘05

Carole S. Bacon ‘91

Ruth Fish

David Barch ‘90

Jerry & Judy Flanagan

Jennifer A. Barrett ‘13


During my travels around the state I am always surprised by how different Vermont’s communities are from one another. From the fast pace of Chittenden County to the tight-knit communities of Vermont’s many villages, this state is unique beyond words. I am also constantly reminded that no matter what town I am in, there is a CCV location close by. So close, in fact, we at the College have come to think of CCV as the college in every Vermonter’s backyard. But what does that mean? To me, it means opportunities for every Vermonter, no matter where they are in the state or in life. Being in the backyard of nearly every Vermont household means there isn’t a high school student in the state without the opportunity to explore what college has to offer them. It means that businesses, both small and large, can access high quality training programs to ensure their employees have the skills to succeed and advance. There also isn’t a Vermont veteran, active duty service member, or military family member who can’t easily reach one of our academic centers, or connect to CCV’s veteran’s services online to begin or continue their college career. And in this time when the cost of a college education seems prohibitive to many, CCV’s statewide presence means that the most affordable option for earning a college degree is in every Vermonter’s backyard. The truth is, as the state’s second largest college, CCV provides essential services for our neighbors, our friends, our relatives, and our communities.

COLLEGE IN MY BACKYARD #CIMBY “CCV has been a wonderful and welcome addition to Main Street. The college contributes to the eclectic mix of downtown Brattleboro. To have a historic landmark in the heart of Brattleboro restored, and to have a tenant in the building that brings hundreds of students to Main Street every day is a real asset for the economic vitality of the town.” Kate O’Connor Executive Director Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce

This year, rather than present you with an annual report filled with our writings about the programs CCV offers, we have asked a few of your neighbors to explain how having CCV in their backyard has made a difference. We hope that through these words and the facts and figures we’re presenting, you’ll see how you are helping individuals and communities throughout the state with your generosity. And we’d like to hear your story, too. Please take a moment to visit ccv.edu/cimby and tell us your CCV “college in my backyard” story. Thank you.

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It is in high school that students decide whether they’ll go on to college or not. We think every high school student should have the option, which is why we have developed robust secondary education offerings. Last year, 840 of 1,345 Vermont dual enrollment students took their classes at CCV. Beyond that, almost 800 high school students enrolled in our Introduction to College Studies course.

“Comcast places a high value on the development of our employees, which is why we continually seek opportunities to support them in reaching their professional and personal goals. One example of how we were able to do that in 2014 was through implementing a pilot program that allowed 13 employees across Vermont to participate in CCV’s Assessment of Prior Learning course at our Vermont headquarters in South Burlington. This course offered them the chance to earn college credit for knowledge they had gained from previous experiences inside and outside of a classroom setting. Ultimately, this program served as a win-win. Our employees got to advance their college education and the company benefits from having a more empowered workforce – all of which was attributable to our partnership with one of our community’s most respected academic institutions.”

Emerson Lynn Editor and Co-Publisher St. Albans Messenger

“Veterans services are important because for veterans, especially those coming back from serving overseas, they’re looking to get into jobs after they’ve done their duty. To do that, they have to bolster their education. When someone tells me they’re looking to get back into college, I tell them CCV’s the most affordable option and that it has an excellent reputation in the state for working with veterans and their family members.”

Erica M. Dean Human Relations Manager Comcast

SMSgt Louis H. Mossey, III 158 FW/Force Development Superintendent Vermont Air National Guard

President

We believe all veterans deserve a commitment from us to ensure they succeed in college equal to the commitment they made to serve our nation. That’s why 121 staff members from around the state have completed training on how best to serve our veteran and military-connected students.

“Community College of Vermont students who go on to UVM are some of the most successful students at the university. That speaks volumes for CCV and its professionalism, its attention to Vermont’s educational needs, and its leadership. For so many Vermonters, CCV has been the spark that keeps their desire to learn and to achieve alive. This is the college in Vermont that is in some way connected to every community in the state, and CCV brings opportunity to anyone who chooses to embrace it. It’s hard to overvalue CCV’s contribution to Vermont’s educational success.”

The workforce of tomorrow requires training today, and CCV is prepared to deliver that training. Our partnerships with businesses, our workforce-specific programs, and the $500,000 in federal TAACCCT funding we spent last year delivering free courses and career advancement programming translate into a stronger workforce and a stronger Vermont.

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CCV pioneered online learning in Vermont, beginning in 1996 with a political science course that featured Sen. Patrick Leahy in a guest chat session. Today, CCV is the state’s largest provider of undergraduate online college courses, offering over 300 courses on the Web each semester.

More than anything, CCV is a place where students feel comfortable, accepted, and encouraged to succeed in college, regardless of their background. Last year, 6,087 CCV students were the first from their families to attend college, comprising more than half of our 11,674 annual student body.

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From Main Street in Bennington to Main Street in Newport, our academic centers are part of your community. We are Vermont’s statewide college — 12 academic centers situate us within 25 miles of nearly every household in the state and close to or within Vermont’s major centers of commerce.

REVENUE Vermont is home to experts in nearly every field imaginable and we tap into that expertise. Over 800 medical practitioners, business people, scientists, and others work as part-time faculty teaching our students. At CCV lessons are created from real-life scenarios and delivered by working professionals, ensuring our students receive high-quality, relevant, and practical instruction in their chosen field.

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EXPENSES Gifts, Endowment Gains, Private Grants State Appropriation

12%

35%

Operations

33% Government Grants & Contracts

28%

58%

Tuition & Fees

32%

Instruction

Academic & Student Support

CCV Annual Report 2014  
CCV Annual Report 2014  

CCV's gatefold annual report. http://ccv.edu/cimby