Here’s a listing of links to different financial costs/information for UVM
- Tuition and Fees*
- Summer Session Tuition & Fees*
- Billing and Payment Information*
- Financial Aid*
- Continuing Education Scholarships
- Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC)
*Clicking these links will take you away from the Continuing Education website to another UVM or other external web site.
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Continuing Education students who are in a required course of study leading to a degree may be eligible for Stafford Loans. In addition, Vermont Student Assistance Corporation sponsors a non-degree grant program for eligible students. To learn about financial aid eligibility including eligibility for federal loans and Vermont Non-Degree Grants and payment options including payment plans and employer payment information, visit the Student Financial Services website.
Scholarships Offered through UVM’s Continuing Education:
Scholarships for 2012 have already been awarded. The applications will re-open on January 1, 2013.
Osher Foundation Reentry Scholarship Endowment: The Bernard Osher Foundation has made a generous endowment to the University of Vermont to provide scholarship support for students seeking their degree after a significant break in their studies. If you meet these criteria, we welcome your application for scholarship support. Awards are generally $2000 for the academic year.
Apply Online or call Continuing Education at 800-639-3210 or 656-2085.
Students enrolled in the Post-Bac Premed Program should visit that program’s ‘financing’ page for tuition and financing information pertaining specifically to that program: http://learn.uvm.edu/health-3/post-baccalaureate-premedical-program/post-baccalaureate-premedical-program-tuition/
Lufuno Tshikororo Scholarship: This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Lufuno Tshikororo, who during her eight years as a student and administrator at UVM, touched the lives of numerous students and colleagues. The scholarship is available to non-traditional, continuing education, non-degree students who are ready to accept a new challenge toward self-improvement and to make a difference in the lives of others. Service to others is an important factor. Students must be planning to enroll in three credits or more. One $1000 scholarship is available annually. Complete the online application by July 1st and the FAFSA by June 1st. For more information call Continuing Education at 800-639-3210 or 656-2085 or by e-mail.