2018-2019 Educational Cost Guide for New Full-time Undergraduate Students
On July 1, 2018, Johnson State College and Lyndon State College will become Northern Vermont University.
Students are charged by the semester once they have registered for classes.
Fall 2018 online billing will be available through Web Services after registration this summer.
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|
|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|
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.
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 $2,140 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.