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Founded in 1822, The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont is the seventh medical school established in the U.S.

Medical Student Tuition and Fees

 Vermont ResidentOut-of-State Resident
Tuition$37,070$64,170
Comprehensive Fee$2,244$2,244
Disability Fee (full amount billed in fall semester)$100$100
Instrument Fee (1st year only)$450$450
Basic Life Support Fee (2nd year only)$58$58
Background Check Fee (2nd year only)$145$145
ACLS Certification Fee (3rd year only)$142$142
UVM Health Insurance Fee  
Total for 1st Year Students (excluding health insurance)$39,864$66,964
Total for 2nd Year Students (excluding health insurance)$39,617$66,717
Total for 3rd Year Students (excluding health insurance)$39,556$66,656
Total for 4th Year Students (excluding health insurance)$39,414$66,514
Financial aid applicants will be offered financial aid to meet the billed expenses above to cover living expenses, required exam fees, etc. (see section below)

 

Medical Student Financial Aid Budgets


Out-of-State Medical Student Financial Aid Budgets
Out-of-State Resident1st Year2nd Year3rd Year4th Year
Aid Year Length42 weeks43 weeks47 weeks41 weeks
Tuition (billed semi-annually)$64,170$64,170$64,170$64,170
Student Fees (billed semi-annually)$2,794$2,547$2,486$2,344
Average Loan Fees$2,010$2,010$2,010$2,010
Books & Supplies$0$90$90$90
Housing$9,198$9,417$10,293$8,979
Meals$5,922$6,063$6,627$5,781
USMLE Exam Fees$0$645$1,945$0
Curriculum-Related Travel$690$690$1,363$1,519
Miscellaneous - Travel$3,070$3,126$3,350$3,014
Miscellaneous - Other$2,646$2,709$2,961$2,583
Total$90,500$91,467$95,295$90,490

 

In-State Medical Student Financial Aid Budgets
Vermont Resident1st Year2nd Year3rd Year4th Year
Aid Year Length42 weeks43 weeks47 weeks41 weeks
Tuition (billed semi-annually)$37,070$37,070$37,070$37,070
Student Fees (billed semi-annually)$2,794$2,547$2,486$2,344
Average Loan Fees$760$760$760$760
Books & Supplies$0$90$90$90
Housing$9,198$9,417$10,293$8,979
Meals$5,922$6,063$6,627$5,781
USMLE Exam Fees$0$645$1,945$0
Curriculum-Related Travel$690$690$1,363$1,519
Miscellaneous - Travel$2,452$2,508$2,732$2,396
Miscellaneous - Other$2,646$2,709$2,961$2,583
Total$61,532$62,499$66,327$61,522

 

What You Need to Know About Your Financial Aid Budget

Your financial aid budget is designed to assist with basic living expenses incurred during the financial aid year. It is not tailored to individual living expenses or choices. Students who sign 12-month leases and/or who do not live with a roommate should keep in mind that the aid budget is designed to cover less than 12 months (due to the Vermont Integrated Curriculum) and assumes that students will be sharing living expenses with a roommate or partner.

Financial Aid Appeals (Budget Increases):

The following are examples of financial aid appeals. To inquire about your eligibility, or to request one of the following, please contact the SFS Satellite office. Approved appeals generally entail an increase to your Federal loan(s); increasing your debt.

Health Insurance

If you have enrolled in the UVM Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP), you may request an increase in your financial aid budget to assist with a portion of this fee (it will be prorated based on the academic year length). Non-UVM plans, which are generally less expensive, do not qualify for a budget increase.

Students with Dependent Children

This can include childcare costs not to exceed $224 per week for the weeks you are enrolled, and/or a general dependent maintenance allowance. (Married students may require prorated formula due to spousal support).

Miscellaneous Extenuating Circumstances

Students who feel they have extenuating circumstances or costs that deviate from the typical budget may apply for a general cost of attendance increase by contacting the Medical Student Financial Services Coordinator.

Fourth Year: Expenses Associated with Residency Preparation

Extra loan funds are available to assist with ERAS/NRMP fees and residency interview travel (airfare, hotels, etc.). Amounts vary based on specialty plans, geographic locations of interviews, number of programs being applied to, etc. This appeal is not available until November of your 4th year.

Mandatory Comprehensive Fee

The comprehensive fee is a fee paid by all students in support of programs and services that support student success and strengthen the University community. The Comprehensive Fee supports a wide range of services, including those that students have access to whether taking their courses on campus or through remote/online options. The Comprehensive Fee supports the University’s maintenance of critical academic, athletic, health, technology, and community infrastructure, as well as library resources, academic support services, online learning platforms, career counseling, student organizations, and more.

2019-20 Medical Student Tuition & Fees

 Vermont ResidentOut-of-State Resident
Tuition$37,070$64,170
Comprehensive Fee$1,984$1,984
Disability Fee (full amount billed in fall semester)$100$100
Instrument Fee (1st year only)$750$750
Basic Life Support Fee (2nd year only)$58$58
Background Check Fee (2nd year only)$140$140
ACLS Certification Fee (3rd year only)$142$142
UVM Health Insurance Fee  
Total for 1st Year Students (excluding health insurance)$39,904$67,004
Total for 2nd Year Students (excluding health insurance)$39,352$66,452
Total for 3rd Year Students (excluding health insurance)$39,296$65,396
Total for 4th Year Students (excluding health insurance)$39,154$66,254
Financial aid applicants will be offered financial aid to meet the billed expenses above to cover living expenses, required exam fees, etc. (see section below)

 

2019-20 Medical Student Financial Aid Budgets

Out-of-State Medical Student Financial Aid Budgets
Out-of-State Resident1st Year2nd Year3rd Year4th Year
Aid Year Length42 weeks44 weeks46 weeks42 weeks
Tuition (billed semi-annually)$64,170$64,170$64,170$64,170
Student Fees (billed semi-annually)$2,834$2,282$2,226$2,084
Average Loan Fees$1,934$1,934$1,934$1,934
Books & Supplies$0$90$90$90
Housing$8,820$9,240$9,660$8,820
Meals$5,964$6,248$6,532$5,964
USMLE Exam Fees$0$630$1,920$0
Curriculum-Related Travel$654$654$1,196$1,422
Miscellaneous - Travel$2,944$2,998$3,156$2,944
Miscellaneous - Other$2,562$2,624$2,806$2,502
Total$89,882$90,870$93,690$89,930

 

In-State Medical Student Financial Aid Budgets
Vermont Resident1st Year2nd Year3rd Year4th Year
Aid Year Length42 weeks44 weeks46 weeks42 weeks
Tuition (billed semi-annually)$37,070$37,070$37,070$37,070
Student Fees (billed semi-annually)$2,834$2,282$2,226$2,084
Average Loan Fees$770$770$770$770
Books & Supplies$0$90$90$90
Housing$8,820$9,240$9,660$8,820
Meals$5,964$6,248$6,532$5,964
USMLE Exam Fees$0$630$1,920$0
Curriculum-Related Travel$654$654$1,196$1,422
Miscellaneous - Travel$2,326$2,380$2,538$2,274
Miscellaneous - Other$2,562$2,624$2,806$2,502
Total$61,000$61,988$64,808$60,996