2020 Vermont Scholarships
Vermont is not immune from the nationwide trend of rising tuition costs. The average tuition for Vermont universities is a whopping $27,638.00 and the total cost of attendance is $43,883.00. 63% of student graduates in Vermont graduate with an average debt load of $31,431.00. That’s why hundreds of thousands of students in Vermont turn either to scholarships or student loans.
These VT scholarships are available for men, women and a variety of students in Vermont, and any Vermont resident regardless of their interests or background. Vermont scholarships are available for college students, for adults going back to school, and all types of VT students or VT residents, and especially targeted to help middle class families afford a top-of-the-line education. The best part about these scholarships is they are easy (many require nothing more than filling out a simple form) and they don’t need to be paid back!
While some scholarships are easy and can be completed in under 30 seconds, others require more upfront information. We’ve marked easy scholarships with a little “Easy Apply” so you can prioritize them. This is the complete list of the best scholarships for Vermont residents.
How much total award money and scholarships are available for VT residents?
There are 271 scholarships totaling $726,669.00 available to Vermont residents. You can easily browse through all 271 scholarships below.
How many scholarships are available for moms and single moms in Vermont?
Moms in Vermont are eligible for all the same scholarships as VT residents. Therefore, the 271 scholarships worth $726,669.00 mentioned above is also available to moms and single moms. In addition, however, you can check out additional scholarships for moms, which have been provided exclusively for moms and single moms, and you can find from the main scholarship search engine page.
How many scholarships are available for college students in Vermont?
271 scholarships worth $726,669.00 are available for college students in VT. In addition, we encourage current college students in Vermont to check scholarships by school and, specifically, colleges in Vermont for more options. Here are links for scholarships at the 20 largest colleges in Vermont:Faulkner University
Fort Lewis College
Colorado Mesa University
Albertus Magnus College
Central Connecticut State University
Charter Oak State College
Eastern Connecticut State University
Holy Apostles College and Seminary
Sacred Heart University
Southern Connecticut State University
Western Connecticut State University
Delaware State University
How many scholarships are available for high school seniors in Vermont?
271 scholarships totaling $726,669.00 are available for high school seniors in VT. In addition, we encourage current high school students to check out more from the scholarship search engine.
Do I need to be a resident of VT to apply to these scholarships?
Our scholarship search automatically returns scholarships by all different types of requirements. The below scholarships are either explicitly available for Vermont residents, or they do not require specific state residency at all and are therefore available to VT students and residents, as well as others across the country.
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$10,000 Be Bold Scholarship
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$1,000 Easy Money Scholarship
We love this scholarship because the name doesn't lie - it's easy money. Many scholarship applications make you jump through hoops and require tons of essays and questionnaires. This scholarship application could not be more simple and straightforward.
Joseph Collins Foundation Scholarship
Applicant must obtain application from the medical school authorities, complete it and return it to them for forwarding to the Foundation. Selection is based upon financial need, scholastic record and standing, demonstrated interest in arts and letters or other cultural pursuits outside the field of medicine, intention to specialize in neurology,...Learn More
Beau Mitchell Memorial Scholarship
Applicant should preferably be a non-resident student who is a former member of the Boy Scouts of America with strong moral character and an orientation toward the outdoors. Financial need required.Learn More
Tuition Exemption Scholarship for Nonresidents
Applicant must be a resident of a state other than Louisiana, have high standardized test scores, and an excellent academic record, especially in English and math.Learn More
Applicant must be an out-of=state first-time freshman student with a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA and minimum composite ACT score between 30 and 31 (combined SAT Reasoning score between 1330 and 1390).Learn More
Non-Resident Academic Full Tuition Scholarship
Applicant must be a nonresident of Utah. Selection is based upon GPA, test scores, leadership, activities, and accomplishments.Learn More
Non-Resident Academic Partial Tuition Scholarship
Applicant must be a high school senior who will be an entering freshman and who is not a resident of Utah. Selection is based upon scholastic record.Learn More
Mark Twain Nonresident Scholarship
Applicant must rank in top 50% of graduating high school class, have a minimum composite ACT score of 27 (combined SAT I score of 1210), and be a resident of any state except Missouri.Learn More
President's Out of State Scholar Award
Applicant must be an incoming non-New York state resident admitted as an undergraduate freshman in Group I or Group II of the SUNY admissions matrix. Applicant must be enrolled as a full-time student, maintain residence outside of New York state, and live in a university residence hall. The Director of Admissions...Learn More