Vermont Tech is known for its quality affordable education. In addition, our students are well prepared
to enter the job market after graduation. Below are some interesting statistics attesting to the high level
of education our students receive.
8th 2017 Ranking for North Regional Public Colleges
3rd Lowest debt after graduation, Vermont, 2017 College Scorecard
1st Percent earnings after graduation above high school
5th Highest salary after graduation
Vermont Tech offers two residential campuses and nine satellite campuses across the state. There's a
place for you at Vermont Tech. The presence of Vermont Tech is felt throughout the state of Vermont
124 Admin Drive
PO Box 500
Randolph Center, VT 05061
201 Lawrence Place
Williston, VT 05495
105 Union Street
PO Box 650
Bennington, VT 05201
41 Harmony Place
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Northern Vermont University - Lyndon
1001 College Road
Lyndonville, VT 05851
Hannaford Career Center
51 Charles Avenue
Middlebury, VT 05753
North Country Technical Center
209 Veterans Avenue
Newport, VT 05855
CCV - St. Albans
142 South Main Street
St. Albans, VT 05478
Howard Dean Technical Center
307 South Street
Springfield, VT 05156
White River Junction
CCV - Wilder
145 Billings Farm Road
White River Junction, VT 05001
723 Turnpike Road
Norwich, VT 05055
Higher education is an investment and at Vermont Tech, we believe the financial well-being of students
is just as important as their education. That's why the Office of Financial Aid is committed to helping
you explore a range of financial aid and planning options.
There are a variety of ways to fund your education, including grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study
jobs. Our goal is to explain your options and demystify the application process. We help our students
maximize all of their available financial aid opportunities, and it’s a service we are proud to provide.
Our financial aid staff is available for in-person or phone appointments with students and families. If you
have any questions, please email us or call us at (800) 965-8790.
Vermont Tech offers a wide variety of majors and areas of study. We pride ourselves on the wide
assortment of study areas including majors in the following:
Computers & IT
Fire Science & Paramedicine
The Intercollegiate Varsity Athletic Program at Vermont Tech is an integral part of the whole educational
experience for student athletes. The athletic department strives to provide an athletic program of
excellence for all students and provides an equal opportunity to compete at the local, regional and
national level. The opportunity to compete on an athletic team for Vermont Tech is considered a
privilege, and it comes with responsibilities. As a participant in athletics at Vermont Tech, studentathletes not only access voluntary learning experiences that involve opportunities beyond the traditional
classroom setting, but those student athletes also serve as ambassadors to the school, other schools,
and the community. Our aim is to develop competitive student athletes, but not to lose sight of the
educational values and the attributes learned in athletics that contribute to the complete education of
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For more information about Vermont Tech, visit us at one of our locations, call (802) 728-1000 or visit us
online at www.vtc.edu. We look forward to speaking to you and welcoming you to our wonderful
Microsoft Word Project Instructions
1. Open the document labelled Word Project Exercise File from the file list in Moodle and save it
under the name Word Project – Your Name.
2. Move the Williston information so it appears before Randolph Center in the list of Locations
3. Move the Norwich information so it appears after Newport and before St. Albans in the
Distance Sites listing.
4. Format the Vermont Tech title at the very top so it is in Arial Black font, 36 point and green in
5. Center the Vermont Tech title.
6. Format the following titles with the Heading1 style:
For More information
7. Format the following titles with the Heading2 style
8. Right click on the Heading1 style on the ribbon, select Modify and change the color to green.
9. Right click on the Heading2 style o the ribbon, select Modify and change the color to green.
10. Add check mark style bullets to the four items in the Fast Facts section.
11. Change the paragraph spacing for the four items in the Fast Facts section so that each
paragraph is set with 12 points of spacing after each paragraph.
NOTE: To do this, you will need to use the Dialog Box Launcher in the Paragraph Group on the
Layout tab and deselect the Don’t add space between paragraphs of the same style checkbox.
12. Add regular style bullets to the list of Majors.
13. Change the paragraph spacing for all the majors listed in the Majors area so there is no spacing
set before or after the paragraphs.
14. Change the paragraph spacing for all the locations listed in the Locations area so there is no
spacing set before or after the paragraphs.
15. Bold all the Location city names but not the addresses.
16. Delete the St. Albans and White River Junction sections from the Locations list and remove any
17. Replace all occurrences of the word “students” with “pupils.”
18. Add a Drop Cap to the first letter in each of the following paragraphs:
Fast Facts Section
19. Change the color of the Drop Caps you added to green.
20. Insert a hyperlink for www.vtc.edu in the For More Information section so that it links to the
college WEB site.
21. Change the line spacing for the text in the For More Information section to 1.5.
22. Add a border around the For More Information section and add green shading to the box.
23. Insert a Continuous section break after the Vermont Tech title at the top of the document. If
Word adds an additional paragraph, delete the extra paragraph.
24. Format the newly added section (Section 2) so that it displays in two columns.
25. Insert a picture of a baseball in the Athletics section. Once inserted, resize it, move it to the
right-hand side of the text and set the text wrapping to tight.
26. Change the left and right margins for the whole document to be set to .95 inches
27. Add a footnote to the second bullet in the Fast Facts section that reads:
2017 College Scorecard, US Dept. of Education
28. Insert a Next Page section break at the end of the document after the For More Information
29. Change the Page Orientation for just this new section to landscape.
30. Change the column formatting to one column just for this section.
31. Add a new Section Heading titled “My Reasons for Choosing Vermont Tech.”
32. Using the Format Painter, copy the Format heading from the Majors title so your new title looks
like that title.
33. Create a numbered list and list five reasons why you chose Vermont Tech.
34. Below the list you just created, create a new heading titled My Classes.
35. Using the Format Painter, copy the Format heading from the Majors title so your new title looks
like that title.
36. Insert a table that has 5 columns and 6 rows.
37. Add the following titles to the first row.
38. Add information for five classes into the grid. Note: These does not have to be your actual
classes. You can make up your own class names, instructors, etc.
39. Adjust the columns so that all the text fits into each column without wrapping to a second line.
40. Apply a List Table format with green shading to the table from the Table Design choices
41. Add a page break (not a section break) after the My Classes section.
42. Add a new Section Heading titled “My College Expenses.”
43. Using the Format Painter, copy the Format heading from the Majors title so your new title looks
like that title.
44. Remove any tab stops that may be present and add the following tab stops in the paragraph
below the newly added title.
Left tab stop at 1.5”
Center tab stop at 4”
Right tab stop at 6”
Decimal tab stop at 8”
45. Using your tab key type the following titles so they line up on the newly added tab stops.
46. Using your Tab key enter in five lines of expenses so they align along the newly added tab stops.
You can make up the expenses and they do not need to be real.
47. Bold and underline the titles in the My College Expenses section.
48. Add a header that appears on all pages with your name on the left-hand side, the name of the
class in the middle and the current date on the right-hand side.
49. Add page numbers to the bottom middle section of each page.
50. Run the Spell Check to assure there are no misspelled words.
51. Save the document and submit to your instructor via email.
Word Project Scoring
Partial points for each item are possible if some elements are partially correct.
Documents is saved under correct
name (Steps 1 & 51)
Paragraphs are in correct order and
required paragraphs are deleted
(Steps 2-3, 15, 16)
Designated titles are formatted
correctly (Steps 3 & 47)
Designated words are replaced as
indicated. (Step 17)
Document is spell checked and no
evident spelling errors exit. (Step 50.)
Drop caps are added and modified as
indicated (Steps 18-19)
Hyperlink is added as requested and is
functional. (Step 20)
Line spacing is modified as indicated.
Paragraph spacing is applied correctly
(Steps 11, 13, and 14)
Main title at top is centered. (Step 5)
Add tabs and enter tabbed information
as indicated. (Steps 44-46.)
First two pages are formatted in
portrait and last two pages are
formatted in landscape orientation.
Bullets are added correctly as indicated
(Steps 10 & 12)
A numbered list is created as indicated
using automatic numbering. (Step 33)
Borders and Shading
Borders and shading are added as
indicated. (Step 22)
Inserting Online Pictures
Picture is inserted and wrapping
applied properly. (Step 25)
Margins are applied correctly.
Section breaks are inserted properly.
(Steps 23, 28
Columns are formatted correctly.
(Steps 24 & 30
A page break is added as indicated.
Page numbers are added as indicated
Header is added as indicated (Step 48)
Insert a table and add information as
indicated. (Steps 36-40)
Footnote is inserted properly. (Step 27)
Styles are used as indicated
(Steps 6-7, 8, 9, 32, 35 and 43
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