Educational Cost Guide

Educational Cost Guide

2018-2019 Educational Cost Guide for New Full-time Undergraduate Students

Students may view their billing and financial aid online, through Web Services, on the Vermont State Colleges System portal.

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
On-Campus Costs
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

Quick View of 2018-2019 Direct Costs

Residency On/Off Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Total
Vermont (in-state) On campus $11,796 $11,436 $23.232
Vermont (in-state) Off campus $6,497 $6,137 $12,634
Out-of-state On campus $18,456 $18,096 $36,552
Out-of-state Off campus $13,157 $12,797 $25,954

NEBHE/GoodNeighbor Discount

Students will see a charge for Out-of-State tuition, as well as a separate NEBHE/GN credit of $3,250 on their billing statement each semester. The Financial Aid Award Letter will also show the NEBHE/GoodNeighbor Waiver under “Other Resources,” although it will not show as pending financial aid on a student's eBill.

Book Costs

We recommend planning for an estimated average book cost of $500 per semester.

Student Health Insurance

Student health insurance is a requirement for all full-time undergraduate students, and an estimated charge of $2,181 is added during the fall. If a student has their own health coverage, health insurance may be waived by submitting a waiver through Web Services, located on the Vermont State Colleges System portal.