University of Vermont

Student Financial Services

Next Generation Scholarship ($3,000)

2008-2009 Terms and Conditions

The Next Generation Scholarship is an academic merit scholarship awarded to many of Vermont’s strongest students enrolling at the University of Vermont who demonstrate a financial need. The scholarship fund was established by funding made possible by the Next Generation Initiative for students entering the University in the Fall 2008. This scholarship offer is only valid at the University of Vermont, and is non-transferable to other institutions.

Renewal Eligibility

This scholarship is a revocable award from the University. In order to retain your scholarship, you must remain a full-time student (defined as enrolling in a minimum of twelve credits per semester), maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, evaluated on a semester basis, and continue to demonstrate financial need as determined by the FAFSA. Students who fail to maintain the minimum grade point average will be afforded a one-semester probationary period, after which the scholarship will be withdrawn if a 3.0 cumulative average has not been achieved. Once withdrawn, this scholarship will not be reinstated in the future.

Length of Scholarship

This scholarship is renewable for the three subsequent years (a total of eight semesters).

Relationship to Need-Based Financial Aid

This award is based on academic merit and financial need. You will receive more information on your total financial aid package directly from the Student Financial Services Office. Your scholarship will be calculated into your overall aid package.

Study Abroad & Summer Session

This scholarship may not be used to attend summer session classes.  However, you may use your scholarship to study abroad for up to two consecutive semesters in a UVM sponsored program.  

Leave of Absence

You may take an approved Leave of Absence from the University for up to two consecutive semesters and retian your scholarship.  Your scholarship will not be reinstated if you choose to withdraw, cancel enrollment, become inactive, or are dismissed from the University.

Last modified October 06 2011 11:17 AM

Talk to us! View our hours223 Waterman Building85 South Prospect StreetBurlington, Vt 05405Phone: (802) 656-5700Fax: (802) 656-4076E-mail:
Contact UVM © 2014 The University of Vermont - Burlington, VT 05405 - (802) 656-3131