Tuition & Scholarships
Several factors will influence your tuition and fees for the Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program. Your tuition will vary whether you’re in-state or out-of-state, how many credits you take each term, and your personalized academic plan.
The average Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical student at UVM takes 26 credits during the academic year and 8 in the summer.
The Program Tuition and Fees chart is available on the Student Financial Services website.
Scholarships for Post-Bacc Pre-Med Students
Through the generous support of the Hillman Foundation and an anonymous donor, two scholarships are available to students enrolled in UVM’s Post-Bacc Pre-Med program. Candidates will be considered based on academic strength, community service, and financial need.
To apply for the scholarship for the fall term, you must already be enrolled in the UVM Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program. You must also have a current FAFSA on file at UVM Student Financial Services and complete the online scholarship application.
Summer Post-Bacc Pre-Med Scholarship
UVM offers a scholarship to the first 20 admitted and enrolled students who are beginning the program in the summer term. The scholarship will cover the cost of one course (3 or 4 credits). To receive the scholarship, you must successfully complete two or more summer courses. There is no need to apply; your advisor will notify you if you are eligible for the scholarship.
One-Time Post-Bacc Pre-Med Scholarship
UVM recognizes that financial barriers may prevent students from completing the Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program. Qualified students will receive scholarship based on need and may receive one scholarship during the program.
Scholarships do not have to be repaid and will be awarded to pay educational expenses (tuition, fees, textbooks, educational supplies) previously incurred or expected to be incurred.
The scholarship is intended to assist students in program completion. Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical students are strongly encouraged to speak with an advisor about other scholarship and financial aid opportunities. Students who have already received a summer scholarship are not eligible for the one-time scholarship.
Students may be eligible for federal financial aid in the form of Federal Direct Stafford and/or Federal Direct PLUS loans or alternative (private) student loans.
To determine the types of aid for which you may be eligible and the process for applying, please visit the Non-Degree Financial Aid page on the UVM Student Financial Services website.