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Student Financial Services

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Set up a Direct Deposit account to receive your financial aid refund! For steps to set up your account, please click here.

Financial aid awards for prospective students for Fall 2016 will be available starting in late March, as long as the FAFSA and any additional requested information has been received and reviewed by Student Financial Services.

Financial aid awards for continuing UVM students who complete the 16/17 FAFSA will be available starting in mid-June.

Set up your parents or others as Proxy, if they will be supporting the financial aspect of your education to grant them with access to Account and Billing and/or Financial Aid information!

If you are a financial aid recipient, review our Financial Aid Timeline for prospective or returning students.

You may use our Net Price Calculator to estimate your out-of-pocket cost for a UVM education. This tool is intended for first-time, incoming college students and is purely an estimate based on the information that you provide. Actual eligibility for aid is subject to completion of the FAFSA, meeting priority deadlines, availability of funds, and a student’s academic record.


Estimated 2016-17 On-Campus Undergraduate
Cost of Attendance
12-18 credit hours for two semesters
Final rates will be approved by the Board of Trustees in May.
  Vermont Resident Out-of-State Resident
Tuition $15,096 $38,160
Comprehensive Student Fee $2,204 $2,204
Average Housing and Meals
View all Housing & Meal Rates
$11,578 $11,578
Estimated Books & Supplies* $1,200 $1,200
Estimated Personal/Misc. Expenses* $1,882 $2,300
Total $31,960 $55,442
*Book and supply and personal/miscellaneous expenses are estimated amounts and are not billed to the student account. Actual student expenses will vary.
See our other fee schedules for estimated 2016-17 rates if you are not or will not be a full-time undergraduate student.

Our goal: to help you understand and manage the business of higher education finances.

Student Financial Services works for undergraduate, graduate, medical or continuing education students from the day you apply for admission, to the day you make the last payment on your student loans.

UVM Student Financial Services Code of Conduct

Last modified April 20 2016 09:04 AM

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