An education at Northern Vermont University is an investment in your future. Our tuition and fees for the 2018-19 academic year apply to undergraduate students enrolled in our campus-based academic degree programs.
Typical Costs for 2018-19 Academic Year
|Full-time Undergraduate Tuition (12-18 credits)|
|Fall 2018||Spring 2019||Total|
|Vermont Resident ($456 per credit)||$5,472||$5,472||$10,944|
|Out of State ($1,011 per credit)||$12,132||$12,132||$24,264|
|Room (double room)||$3,156||$3,156||$6,312|
|Board (unlimited meal plan)||$2,143||$2,143||$4,286|
|Student Activity Fee||$143||$143||$286|
|Capital Development Fee||$422||$422||$844|
|Orientation and Registration Fee||$360||$0||$360|
|Average Course Fees (varies by course/major)***||$100||$100||$200|
* Cost based on double room and unlimited meal plan ($6,312 Room | $4,286 Board).
** Not included in mandatory fees: $360 orientation fee (called a matriculation fee at Lyndon), a one-time fee paid during first semester at NVU. $2,181 health insurance fee (for current year - projected, not finalized), mandatory for full-time undergraduate students without coverage.
***Vermont Woodworking School students are charged a $700 per credit fee for materials and supplies for VWS classes.
For a more detailed breakdown of tuition, fees, and other costs of attending, see the NVU Educational Cost Guide.
- Students will spend an average of $500 per semester on books and supplies.
- Students will also spend an average of $100 on course fees per semester—varies by course/major.
Tuition Discounts and Scholarships
- Families with two or more full-time students enrolled at either or both campuses of Northern Vermont University are eligible for NVU's Family Discount. Learn more about this program here.
- Students living in certain areas in New England and Canada qualify for our Regional Student Program/NEBHE or Good Neighbor tuition discounts.