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Cost, billing, and financial aid information for Summer University.

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Tuition and Fees

Please click the link that applies to you to find tuition and fee information.

Undergraduate, Continuing Education, or Graduate student taking Summer University course(s) in the classroom or online.

Summer 2014 tuition is discounted 30% compared to Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 rates for most courses. The rates shown below reflect this discount.

Vermont Resident
Number of credits Tuition Comprehensive Fee Total
1 $400 $10 $410
2 $800 $20 $820
3 $1,200 $30 $1,230
4 $1,600 $40 $1,640
5 $2,000 $50 $2,050
6 $2,400 $60 $2,460
7 $2,800 $70 $2,870
8 $3,200 $80 $3,280
9 $3,600 $90 $3,690
10 $4,000 $100 $4,100
11 $4,400 $110 $4,510
12 $4,800 $120 $4,920
More than 12 $4,800 + $400 for each credit above 12 $120 varies
Out-of-State Resident
Number of credits Tuition Comprehensive Fee Total
1 $1,010 $10 $1,020
2 $2,020 $20 $2,040
3 $3,030 $30 $3,060
4 $4,040 $40 $4,080
5 $5,050 $50 $5,100
6 $6,060 $60 $6,120
7 $7,070 $70 $7,140
8 $8,080 $80 $8,160
9 $9,090 $90 $9,180
10 $10,100 $100 $10,200
11 $11,110 $110 $11,220
12 $12,120 $120 $12,240
More than 12 $12,120 + $1,010 for each credit above 12 $120 varies
Continuous Registration
Level of Effort Course Designation Continuous Registration Fee
Less-Than-Half-Time Effort GRAD 901 $100
At least Half-Time, but less than Full-Time Effort GRAD 902 $200
Full-Time Effort GRAD 903 $300

Summer Medical Program


Course Vermont Resident Out-of-State Resident
Medical Physiology
MPBP 306 (8 credits)
$2,876 Tuition + $80 Comprehensive Fee $4,108 Tuition + $80 Comprehensive Fee
Medical Pharmacology PHRM 301 (6 credits) $1,731 Tuition + $60 Comprehensive Fee $2,920 Tuition + $60 Comprehensive Fee
  Rates for all other courses in the Summer Medical Program are based on the per-credit summer rates and student residency as listed above.

Academically Talented High School Programs

This program offers Vermont and out-of-state high school students the opportunity to enroll in UVM courses, gain college credits and receive a 50% academic year tuition reduction. The reduced rates are based on the location of the student's high school and are reflected in the table below. For additional information about this program, please click here.

  Vermont High School Students Out-of-State High School Students
Tuition $286 per credit $722 per credit
Comprehensive Fee Comprehensive Fee is $10 per credit, to a maximum of $120.

Online Professional Programs with alternate pricing


Program Vermont Resident Out-of-State Resident
Educational Technology Online Sequence $572 per credit $572 per credit
Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Program $572 per credit $572 per crecit
  Comprehensive Fee is $10 per credit, to a maximum of $120.
Rates for all other courses in professional programs are based on the per-credit summer rates and student residency as listed above.

Additional Information Regarding Tuition & Fees

Review Residency Policy information on Registrar's website.

Some courses have additional program material, lab, and/or supply fees as detailed in the course desciptions found at www.learn.uvm.edu.

Add/Drop/Withdrawal Deadlines & Tuition Refund Information

For Summer University courses, the add/drop deadlines and withdrawal periods vary by class. To find information about your courses, please visit the Add/Drop/Withdrawal Dates page on the Summer University website.

Billing

All UVM bills are issued electronically. Bill notification will be sent to your UVM e-mail address. To view your bill or current account balance, log into the myUVM Portal and click on "View Current Account Balance" in the Student Financial Services section. Bills are e-mailed only to the student and any authorized payers. For more information about setting up authorized payers, click here.

Billing
*If you register... Expect your bill notification by e-mail around... Due date...
Between 2/14/14 and 5/7/14 5/7/14 4PM on 6/6/14
Between 5/8/14 and 6/11/14 6/11/14 4PM on 7/3/14
Between 6/12/14 and 7/9/14 7/9/14 4PM on 8/15/14
Between 7/10/14 and 8/16/14 8/16/14 4PM on 9/05/14
*Please Note: After you receive a bill with a specific due date, if you drop and then re-enroll in credits before the due date (even if enrolling in a different class), your bill will still be due as indicated on your original statement. Billing is based on credit hours, not on the specific course being taken, and dropping and re-enrolling in credits within the billing period will not push out your due date.

If your bill shows a balance due, a payment or response is required by the due date. For more information on responding to your bill, visit our helpful hints for responding to bills page. Accounts not settled by the due date are subject to a $250 late fee.

If your employer will be paying some or all of your tuition and fee charges, please review our employer payment information.

Financial Aid

Click one: Undergraduate Students | Graduate Students | Continuing Education Students

Undergraduate Students

How to Apply for a Summer Financial Aid Award as an Undergraduate Student

  1. File the 2013-2014 FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov, if you have not already done so.
  2. Register for your summer classes through the online student system, after registration opens for Summer University.
  3. Watch for an email from Student Financial Services noting that you have outstanding requirements. Once you receive the email, check your requirements online, and complete the Summer Aid requirement.

Please note the following:

  • The last date to submit the 2013-2014 FAFSA is June 30, 2014.
  • Student Financial Services will begin to generate summer financial aid awards in May.
  • Any accepted aid will disburse no earlier than 10 days before the earliest of your enrolled summer courses, providing any associated requirements have been completed.

Types of Aid Available to Undergraduate Students for Summer

  • University Summer Loan: Undergraduate students enrolled in at least 3 credits may be eligible for the University Summer Loan. Eligibility for the University Summer Loan is based on financial need and availability of the fund. The UVM Summer Loan is interest free while the student is enrolled at least half time and has a fixed 5.0% interest rate in repayment. Repayment begins 9 months after the student falls below half-time enrollment.
  • Stafford Loans: Undergraduate students enrolled in at least 6 credits may be eligible for limited Stafford Loan eligibility. Stafford Loans are available ONLY if the student did NOT borrow all available Stafford Loan funds during the fall 2013and spring 2014semesters.
      For example, Student was eligible for $2,750 Unsubsidized Stafford loan in the fall 2013 and $2,750 in spring 2014. However, Student borrowed $1,750 each semester instead of the offered $2,750. Thus, Student has $2,000 in 2013-2014 Stafford Loan eligibility remaining for the summer session, which he may be eligible for if he enrolls in at least 6 credits.
  • Parent PLUS Loan: Parents of dependent undergraduate students may borrow a Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan for the student if the student is enrolled in at least 6 credits. The Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan requires credit approval, and the parent borrower will need to complete a Request for PLUS Loan online at www.studentloans.gov. This request should be submitted no earlier than March 1, 2014. If applied for too early, the credit check may expire before the summer session begins, and the parent would then need to reapply. If the parent has not borrowed a PLUS Loan within the last 10 years through the Federal Direct Loan Program, he/she will also need to complete a PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note at www.studentloans.gov.
  • Federal Pell Grant: In limited cases, based on enrollment status and financial need, a student may be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant.
  • Study Abroad: Students who are studying abroad should contact Student Financial Services (sfs@uvm.edu) for information regarding aid eligibility.

Graduate Students

How to Apply for a Summer Financial Aid Award as a Graduate Student

  1. File the 2013-2014 FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov, if you have not already done so.
  2. Register for your summer classes through the online student system.
  3. Watch for an email from Student Financial Services noting that you have outstanding requirements. Once you receive the email, check your requirements online, and complete the Summer Graduate Data Form requirement.

Please note the following:

  • The last date to submit the 2013-2014 FAFSA is June 30, 2014.
  • Student Financial Services will begin to generate summer financial aid awards in May.
  • Any accepted aid will disburse no earlier than 10 days before the earliest of your enrolled summer courses, providing any associated requirements have been completed.

Types of Aid Available to Graduate Students for Summer

  • Stafford Loans: Graduate students enrolled in at least 6 credits may be eligible for limited Stafford Loan eligibility if they borrowed less than $20,500 in Stafford loans between the fall 2013 and spring 2014 semesters.
  • Graduate PLUS Loan: Graduate students enrolled in at least 6 credits may be eligible to borrow through the Graduate PLUS Loan program. Graduate PLUS Loans require a credit check for approval and students can generally borrow up to the cost of attendance, less other aid received for the enrollment period.

Continuing Education Students

How to Apply for a Summer Financial Aid Award as a Continuing Education Student

  1. File the 2013-2014 FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov, if you have not already done so.
  2. Register for your summer classes through the online student system.
  3. Watch for an email from Student Financial Services noting that you have outstanding requirements. Once you receive the email, check your requirements online, and complete the Summer Non Degree Certification requirement.

Please note the following:

  • The last date to submit the 2013-2014 FAFSA is June 30, 2014.
  • Student Financial Services will begin to generate summer financial aid awards in May.
  • Any accepted aid will disburse no earlier than 10 days before the earliest of your enrolled summer courses, providing any associated requirements have been completed.

Types of Aid Available to Continuing Education Students for Summer

  • University Summer Loan: Continuing education students who are enrolled in at least 3 credits may be eligible for the University Summer Loan. Eligibility for the University Summer Loan is based on financial need, enrollment type and availability of the fund. For eligible students, the University Summer Loan covers a maximum of 3 credits tuition and comprehensive fees. The UVM Summer Loan is interest free while the student is enrolled at least half time and has a fixed 5.0% interest rate in repayment. Repayment begins 9 months after the student falls below half-time enrollment.
  • Federal Loans: Federal loan eligibility is very limited for continuing education students. Click here to review aid eligibility based on your enrollment type.
  • Private/Alternative Student Loans: For all continuing education students, private/alternative loans may be available. Approval for this type of loan is based on a credit check, and many private/alternative loans will require a cosigner or endorser. Click here for more information regarding private/alternative student loans.

Last modified March 05 2014 03:13 PM

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