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Tuition/Aid

We understand that choosing to continue your education and work toward your Graduate Public Health degree is a big decision, both personally and financially. We are here to help you make an informed decision and equip you with the financial information, support, and resources you need during that process.

Tuition

Information associated with the Public Health programs are available at the Student Financial Services (SFS) site:

Financial Aid for Public Health Students

Master of Public Health

Master of Public Health students may be eligible for federal financial aid in the form of Federal Stafford and/or Federal PLUS loans, as well as alternative (private) student loans.
To apply for federal financial aid, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For more information on the application process for financial aid and alternative student loans, please contact one of our Advisors at 802-656-2085 or visit the Student Financial Services website.

Certificates of Graduate Study

Federal or institutional financial aid is not available for students enrolled solely in a certificate program. The Student Financial Services website includes details about other potential financing options for the certificate program.

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Rebuild trust, increase testing, launch an effective vaccine roll-out strategy, focus on health equity, and reinforce the dependency on science, those are just a few of the cornerstones of President Joe Biden’s 200-page National Strategy for the COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness. The public health community, including the University of Vermont’s Jan Carney, MD, MPH is breathing a sigh of relief that President Biden and Vice President Harris have pledged to “listen to science” as the United States continues to battle the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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