Costs, Financial Aid and Scholarships
A college education is one of the most significant and rewarding investments you can make. On average, an individual with a bachelor's degree earns $23,348 annually more than a worker with a high school diploma (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistic).
UVM seeks to help. Explore the value of a UVM education.
- Estimate your out-of-pocket cost of a UVM education, and your potential to receive a merit scholarship.
- Learn about applying for need-based financial aid.
- The FAFSA is the only application required to be considered for federal and university financial aid. File the FAFSA.
- Get more information about merit-based scholarships for UVM students.
|Vermont Resident||Out-of-State Resident|
|Comprehensive Student Fee||$1,960||$1,960|
|Average Room and Board (view room/board rates)||$10,432||$10,432|
|Estimated Books & Supplies*||$1,200||$1,200|
|Estimated Personal/Misc. Expenses*||$1,566||$1,996|
*Books and supply and personal/miscellaneous costs are estimated amounts. Actual student expenses will vary.
Last modified March 29 2013 03:35 PM