How much does University of Vermont cost?

University of Vermont Cost of Attendance
In-state $18,276
Out-of-state $42,516
On-Campus Room and Board $12,492
Off-Campus Room and Board $9,900
Average Annual Cost
Average Cost by Family Income
Family Income Average Cost
Under $30,000 $12,859
$30,000-$48,000 $14,052
$48,000-$75,000 $16,803
$75,000-$110,000 $12,859
Over $110,000 $26,133

University of Vermont Financial Aid and Debt


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Financial Aid Breakdown for Full-time Incoming Freshman

Aid Type % Receiving Average Amount
Grant or scholarship aid 97% $16,130
Federal Grants 17% $5,275
Pell grants 17% $4,210
Other federal grants 12% $1,705
State/local goverment grant or scholarships 15% $2,719
Institutional grants or scholarships 94% $15,919
Student loan aid 54% $9,119
Federal student loans 53% $6,152
Other student loans 16% $14,019

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Micro-scholarships* Colleges Awarding Amount
Have work experience 212 Up to $12,000
Play a sport 156 Up to $1,500
Do an extracurricular activity 309 Up to $3,000
Have perfect attendance for a year 222 Up to $2,000
Take a challenging class 322 Up to $3,000
Take a foreign language class 195 Up to $5,000
Visit a college campus 308 Up to $8,500
Attend a summer program 156 Up to $4,500

*GPA and other eligibility restrictions may apply

University of Vermont Admissions

What is University of Vermont's admissions rate?
Acceptance Rate 68%
Average GPA 3.71
SAT Submissions 77% of applicants
SAT Reading 600-680
SAT Math 580-680
SAT Writing 540-650
ACT Submissions 37% of applicants
Composite Score 26-31

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University of Vermont Campus Life


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Student Population

Campus Life
Total undergraduates 11339
Living on campus 5%
Transfer Students 100%
Under Age 25
Gender Balance

Student Diversity

Diversity Index: Chance you’ll bump into a diverse range of students
Hispanic or Latino
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

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About University of Vermont

Since 1791, the University of Vermont has worked to move humankind forward. Today, UVM is a Public Ivy and top 100 research university of a perfect size, large enough to offer a breadth of ideas, resources, and opportunities, yet small enough to enable close faculty-student mentorship across all levels, from bachelor's to M.D. programs, in nearly every field of study. Here, students' educational experience and activities are enriched by our location–from the energy and innovation of Burlington to the forests, farms, and independent spirit of Vermont. UVM provides students endless ways to explore the world, challenge ideas, and dig in on the most pressing issues of our time.

A holistic review of each applicant is at the center of our approach to enrolling a diverse group of students that strengthens the UVM community. We also recognize the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly limited access to testing sites and resources. Therefore, applicants for 2021 2022 admission are not required to submit standardized test scores, but are welcome to do so if they feel it will contribute to their academic record. Both the Common Application and the Coalition Application allow you to indicate if you want your standardized test scores considered.


85 S Prospect St
Burlington, VT

Type Public
Profit Status
Category Research Universities
Setting Small City
* Financial aid is only available for those who qualify