In-State Vermont High School Students

Residential Option: $2,318
(includes $200 non-refundable deposit)
Non-residential Option: $917

3 University of Vermont credits.


50% savings from in-state academic year tuition for high school students.


Residential option includes 3 credit course, program academic activities, double occupancy housing in a UVM residence hall, a meal plan with 3 meals per day provided by UVM Dining Services, retail points to be used around campus, and all program residential activities.


Non-residential option includes 3 credit course and the program’s academic activities. Does NOT include the program’s residential activities.


Cost of parking, books and transportation to/from the University is not included.
The non-refundable $200 deposit will be applied to the program fee on the participant’s account balance.

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Out-of-State High School Students

Residential Option: $3,617
(includes $200 non-refundable deposit)
Non-residential Option: $2,270

3 University of Vermont credits.


50% savings from out-of-state academic year tuition for high school students.


Residential option includes 3 credit course, program academic activities, double occupancy housing in a UVM residence hall, a meal plan with 3 meals per day provided by UVM Dining Services, retail points to be used around campus, and all program residential activities.


Non-residential option includes 3 credit course and the program’s academic activities. Does NOT include the program’s residential activities.


Cost of parking, books and transportation to/from the University is not included.
The non-refundable $200 deposit will be applied to the program fee on the participant’s account balance.

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Out-of-State Scholarship

Out-of-state students have the unique opportunity to receive a special scholarship. UVM is offering a $1,000 annual scholarship (In addition to any other financial aid) to out-of-state students who are admitted and enrolled at UVM. Students must earn B- or better in their Summer Academy credit course to be eligible for this scholarship.

Summer Academy Financial Policies

Program Requirements: While doing the UVM Summer Academy program, the participant must be enrolled in a UVM Summer Academy course throughout the duration of the program. If the participant elects to withdraw from their course once it has started, they are required to speak with a Summer Academy Advisor. If the participant does not maintain enrollment in a Summer Academy course, the participant will be required to leave the program without refund.

Non-Refundable Deposit: $200, which will be applied to the residential student’s account

Tuition: The cost of the tuition is variable based on the student’s residency status including: in state, out of state, dual enrollment.

Residential Program Fee: Includes academic and residential activities, double occupancy housing in a UVM residence hall, a meal plan with 3 meals per day provided by UVM Dining Services and retail points to be used around campus.

Cancellation Policy: The cancellation deadline is Friday, June 5, 2015. All cancellation requests must be sent to Nichole Hathaway via email at Nichole.Hathaway@uvm.edu. If the participant cancels for any reason on or before Friday, June 5th, the UVM Summer Academy Program will refund the program fee less the $200 non-refundable deposit. If the participant cancels after Friday, June 5, 2015 there will be no refund of the program fee.  UVM tuition will be refunded based on the UVM add/drop policy deadlines.

Medical Withdrawal: If a medical condition necessitates the participant’s medical withdrawal from the program within 30 days prior to the beginning of the program, the program will refund the paid balance less the $200 non-refundable deposit; the medical condition must be documented by a physician as one that prevents participation in the program. If a medical condition necessitates the participant’s withdrawal from the program while in session, the program will refund housing and dining costs on a prorated basis less the $200 non-refundable deposit.

Dismissal from the Program: Should a participant be dismissed from the program, the parent/guardian is responsible for picking up the participant within 4 hours of the dismissal notification. The parent/guardian is responsible for all expenses related to such dismissal including but not limited to airfare, hotels, and meals. In the case of a dismissal, no refunds will be issued for tuition or program fees.

Please note: The University of Vermont reserves the right to cancel any programs.

Dual Enrollment pending Vermont State legislature approval