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Student Financial Services

Estimated 2016-2017 Undergraduate Student Financial Aid Budgets

These Financial Aid Budgets show the Cost of Attendance based on a student's enrollment type and housing status. The financial aid award is based on the cost of attendance, and a student's total financial aid award (grants, scholarships, loans, Work-Study, etc.) cannot exceed the cost of attendance. Students cannot appeal to have their cost of attendance updated based on having costs outside of those listed below, except in very specific circumstances (see exceptions for UVM Health Insurance and Child Care, below).

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Estimated 2016-2017 Undergraduate Student Financial Aid Budgets

For students enrolled in 12-18 credits per semester.

Vermont Resident,
On Campus
Vermont Resident,
Off Campus
Vermont Resident,
At Home
Out-of-State Resident,
On Campus
Out-of-State Resident,
Off Campus
Tuition $15,096 $15,096 $15,096 $38,160 $38,160
Student Fees $2,204** $2,174 $2,174 $2,204** $2,174
Average Loan Fees $82 $82 $82 $82 $82
Books & Supplies $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200
Housing* $7,634 $7,500 $2,500 $7,634 $7,500
Meals* $3,944 $2,500 $830 $3,944 $2,500
Transportation $200 $620 $2,220 $618 $1,038
Miscellaneous $1,600 $1,600 $1,904 $1,600 $1,600
Total $31,960 $30,772 $26,006 $55,442 $54,254

What you need to know about your financial aid budget:

*Housing and meal amounts included in the undergraduate financial aid budget are based on the rates for a traditional double residence hall room and the cost of the mid-price meal plan. Financial aid budgets are not increased for students whose actual room and meal plan costs are higher. View all housing and meal plan rates.

**Student fees for on-campus undergraduate students include the $30/year Inter-Residence Association Fee. View the Residential Life website for more information on this fee.

Your financial aid budget is designed to assist with basic living expenses incurred during the 9-month financial aid year. It is not tailored to individual living expenses or choices. Students who sign 12-month leases and/or who do not live with a roommate should keep in mind that the aid budget is designed to cover a 9-month period and assumes that students will be sharing living expenses with a roommate or partner.

Health Insurance

If you are required by UVM to have health insurance and are purchasing the UVM Health Insurance, you may request an increase in your financial aid budget to assist with a portion of your UVM Health Insurance Premium costs. Your UVM Health Insurance premium provides coverage for the entire year. We can increase your financial aid budget to assist with 75% of the total premium cost based on the percentage of the year you are actually enrolled.

Child Care

Students with dependent children may incur additional expenses beyond the limits of the financial aid budget students with dependent children may contact our office to discuss an increase to their financial aid budget.

2015-2016 Undergraduate Student Financial Aid Budgets

For students enrolled in 12-18 credits per semester.

Vermont Resident,
On Campus
Vermont Resident,
Off Campus
Vermont Resident,
At Home
Out-of-State Resident,
On Campus
Out-of-State Resident,
Off Campus
Tuition $14,664 $14,664 $14,664 $37,056 $37,056
Student Fees $2,104** $2,074 $2,074 $2,104** $2,074
Average Loan Fees $82 $82 $82 $82 $82
Books & Supplies $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200
Room* $7,376 $7,400 $2,500 $7,376 $7,400
Meals* $3,774 $2,500 $830 $3,774 $2,500
Transportation $200 $646 $2,358 $672 $1,118
Miscellaneous $1,600 $1,600 $1,906 $1,600 $1,600
Total $31,000 $30,166 $25,614 $53,864 $53,030

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