Vermont State Funded Dual Enrollment at UVM Summer U
The Vermont Dual Enrollment Program allows high school students access to one tuition free course reimbursed by Next Generation Funds, a Vermont State Legislative funded program.
High school students can earn college credit while still in high school or the summer after they graduate. Successful high school students have earned college credits while reducing the time it takes to get a college degree, reducing the costs associated with college, and challenging themselves through college-level curriculum. Courses in the Vermont Dual Enrollment Program are offered tuition free, with support for one tuition-free course from GEAR-UP and the State of Vermont’s Next Generation Initiative.
**Vermont students receive one tuition free course through Dual Enrollment. UVM $10 per credit comprehensive fee applies.
- Many University of Vermont courses are available through this program including Calculus, Human Biology, Psychology, and English. Courses are offered during the summer and academic school year, online and on campus.
- Funds must be used in the Legislative budget year.
How to participate:
To register for a UVM course using Dual Enrollment: Please complete the online Pre-Registration form.Students are not required to take the Introduction to College Studies course prior to enrolling in a course at UVM. The Next Generation Funds allows one voucher per student to be used during their duration in high school.
A couple of things to point out:
- Always put a first and second course choice, especially for courses during the academic year, as high school students are not registered until 3 weeks prior to course start date and the first choice course may be full. For summer this is not an issue.
- Students/parents are responsible for the comprehensive fee ($10 per credit up to 4 credits – above 4 credits, fees increase) and any other course related fees such as lab and material fees, and books.