Orange barStudents at UVM are encouraged to seek outside scholarships to help with funding their education. 

Here are outside scholarship resources for Vermont residents, underrepresented students, international students, medical students, and students studying abroad.

Scholarships for Underrepresented Students

UVM's Scholarship Resource Database for students who are underrepresented includes scholarship information for students who identify with the following groups: African American, Asian & Pacific Islander, Students with Disabilities, Latino/a, LGBTQ, Native American, and Women. Learn more.

Scholarship Resources for Vermont Residents

Vermont Student Assistance Corporation

Vermont Society of Engineers (VSE) Scholarship

  • Students must be enrolled in an Engineering curriculum at the University of Vermont, Norwich University or Vermont Technical College.
  • Students must have graduated (or will have graduated) from a Vermont high school and be in good academic standing.
  • VSE Scholars are awarded a scholarship of $2,500 per year.
  • Applications are available in March each year, and must be submitted to the Student Financial Services (SFS) office by May 10th. Selected students are notified in August.
  • The 20/21 application deadline is May 10, 2020. Download application here.

Balanced Man Scholarship

  • See details in the Other Scholarships section below.

Scholarship Resources for International Students

External websites with resources for international students:

Balanced Man Scholarship

  • See details in the Other Scholarships section below.

Other Scholarships

Balanced Man Scholarship

The Balanced Man Scholarship rewards undergraduate male-identifying students who have shown academic excellence, leadership skills, and a commitment to their health and well-being. SigEp believes in the ideals of a sound mind and sound body, and promotes these ideals by recognizing students who demonstrate balance and all-around excellence.

In addition to the $1,000 monetary prize (to one select first-place student) and a $500 monetary prize (to one select second-place student), the Balanced Man Scholarship finalists have the opportunity to be recognized for their achievements and interact with a community of highly-talented students.

Apply for the Balanced Man Scholarship here. The application takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, and the deadline to apply is September 20, 2020. Balanced Man Scholarship applicants have no obligation to show interest in or affiliate with SigEp.

Please direct any questions to Bradley Lampert or Robert O'Connor.



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