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Vermont Student Financial Aid


Vermont Student Assistance Corporation

State Department of Education
Vermont Agency of Education
219 North Main Street, Suite 402
Barre, VT 05641
Phone: (802) 479-1255

State Higher Education Agency
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation

10 East Allen Street
P.O. Box 2000
Winooski, VT 05404-2601
Phone: (802) 655-9602
Toll-Free: (800) 642-3177

Special Education Agency
Office of Special Education

219 North Main Street, Suite 402
Barre, VT 05641
Phone: (802) 479-1255


State Adult Education Agency
Vermont Agency of Education
Adult Education and Literacy

219 North Main Street, Suite 402
Barre, VT 05641
Phone: (802) 479-1279

Vermont Scholarships

http://www.collegerank.net/scholarships-in-vermont/


Hood Sportsmanship Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students who have participated in varsity sports while in high school. You must display a high degree of sportsmanship as well as plan to attend an accredited college full-time in the fall after graduation. You must have also performed volunteer work in the community/have a minimum 3.0 GPA. There are 3 awards available in Vermont (18 total in the 6 New England states). This award is non-renewable.

Lee A. Lyman Memorial Music Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students seeking a degree in music (e.g. musical performing arts, musical recording arts, instrumentation, sound engineering, studio recording, or music history).

Don and Peg Arnold Scholarship - This scholarship is for students residing in one of the eight towns served by the Shoreham Telephone Company (Benson, Castleton, Cornwall, Hubbardton, Orwell, Shoreham, Sudbury, Whiting).

AIWF Culinary Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students seeking a degree in culinary arts. You must plan to enroll in a Vermont college on a three-quarter basis (9 credit hours) or more. You also must be a Vermont resident for at least ten years and demonstrate financial need. Selection is based on essays, a recommendation letter, financial need, personal interview. Approximately 20 students apply each year.

Vermont Space Grant Undergraduate Scholarship - This scholarship is for graduating Vermont seniors or current undergraduates with a minimum 3.0 GPA. You must be a U.S. citizen planning to pursue a career with relevance to NASA. For example, you may choose to focus on Astronomy, Biology, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Aeronautical Engineering, earth sciences, Medicine. Cross-disciplinary and other areas of study may also apply.

Don Vickers Scholarship - This scholarship is for graduating Vermont seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA, financial need, community involvement. The award may be renewed for up to 4 years. Selection for this award is based on financial need, academic achievement. You must plan to enroll in a certificate, postsecondary non-degree, or undergraduate program in Vermont.

Burlington Veterans' Club Scholarship - This scholarship is for students graduating from any accredited Chittenden County high school. You must have a minimum 3.0 GPA as well as demonstrate financial need. Approximately 10 awards are offered annually. Selection is based on academic achievement, financial need, recommendation letter, essay.

Upper Valley Scholarship - This scholarship is for incoming or current undergraduate students in the Upper Valley of Vermont.

Helen K. and Robert T. Stafford Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students interested in pursuing a degree in environmental studies or special education. You must demonstrate financial need/community involvement. The award is renewable for up to 4 years.

Samara Fund Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students who have demonstrated dedication to the interests of the LGBTQ+ community through personal growth, public commitment, activism. You must plan to continue with formal education, though this can be in any area (e.g. academic, vocational, technical, or the arts). Approximately 50 students apply each year. There are 4 awards available.

Ascutney Mountain Audubon Society Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students seeking a four-year degree who also demonstrate community involvement/service related to preserving the environment.

VSAC-Freeman Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont (Caledonia, Essex, or Orleans County). You must be among the first generation in your family to attend college, OR face significant barriers that limit your access to a college education. You must also demonstrate school/community involvement, have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Up to 10 scholarships are available.

Richard T. Gates Engineering and Technology Endowed Challenge Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont high school students who were born in Vermont, as well as intend to pursue a degree in engineering or technology. You must currently attend a Windham County or Springfield high school to apply. Approximately 16 students apply each year. One award is offered. The award is renewable for up to 3 additional years.

Carol A. Hurley Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students graduating from one of the following high schools: Randolph Area Technical Career Center, Randolph Union High School, Rochester School, Whitcomb High School, Windsor High School, or Woodstock Union High School. Preference will be given to those who are the first generation in their families to attend college. Non-renewable.

Students with Disabilities Endowed Scholarship Honoring Elizabeth Daley Jeffords - This scholarship is for Vermont students with documented disabilities (based on a 504 plan or IEP from school, or a statement from Vocational Rehabilitation). You must also demonstrate financial need, an education/work ethic, and plan to enroll in a Vermont college on at least a half-time basis.

Senator James M. Jeffords Endowed Scholarship to Honor Marion Hausman Jeffords - This scholarship is for graduating Vermont seniors residing in Rutland County or attending a Rutland County high school. You must also plan to pursue a degree in the arts (e.g. music, visual arts, dance, or theater).

Senator James M. Jeffords Endowed Scholarship to Honor Mary Jeffords Mills - This scholarship is for Vermont seniors residing in Rutland County or attending a Rutland County high school. Preference given to Rutland High School seniors. You must also be planning to pursue a degree in education. The award is non-renewable.

Kilbourn-Sawyer Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students seeking a degree in construction or engineering. Selection is based on two personal essays, academic achievement, a recommendation letter, financial need. You must demonstrate an education/work ethic, as well as plan to enroll full-time in a Vermont college. The award is non-renewable.

Hunter Dandridge Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students graduating from Burlington High School who plan on attending the Community College of Vermont in the summer or fall after graduation. Applications are located on the CCV website. You will need a valid CCV login to apply.

Cecile Leduc Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship is for graduating Vermont seniors planning to attend an accredited Vermont college in the fall. To apply for this award you must be the child or grandchild of a member in good standing of the Catholic Daughters of America (CDA), Court of Saint Mary's, in St. Albans, Vermont.

SVC Opportunity Grant - This is a merit scholarship for students attending Southern Vermont College. This means that no application is necessary – once you are accepted to the school you will be considered for the award. Scholarship will be awarded to incoming freshmen with a GPA between 2.3 - 2.7, 800+ SAT, 16+ ACT. The award is renewable for up to four years.

Presidential Scholarship - This is a merit scholarship for students attending Southern Vermont College. Scholarships will be awarded to incoming freshman with a 3.3+ GPA, 1,100+ SAT, 21+ ACT. The award is renewable for up to four years.

Norman Leduc Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship is for graduating Vermont seniors residing in Franklin or Grand Isle County who demonstrate community involvement, leadership, financial need. Preference will be given to students who are actively involved in a formal community service or religious group.

Emily Lester Vermont Opportunity Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students attending or planning to attend a Vermont college. To apply, you must be currently under the custody of the Vermont Commissioner of the Department for Children and Families, OR be between the ages of 18 - 24 and have been under the custody of the DCF for at least six months between the ages of 16 - 18.

Amy Lowenstein Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students who reside in Addison County who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement/promise of continued excellence, as well as school or community involvement. Also you must be planning to enroll full-time in a four-year Vermont college.

Edgar May Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students who reside in Caledonia, Essex, Orange, Orleans, or Windsor County who face significant obstacles that limit access to education after high school. You also must plan to enroll full-time in a Vermont college.

NorthCountry Federal Credit Union Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students who reside or attend high school in Addison, Caledonia, Chittenden, Essex, Franklin, Grand Isle, Lamoille, Orange, Orleans, or Washington County. You must also have overcome a significant challenge, have a minimum 3.25 GPA in order to apply. In addition, you must demonstrate community involvement/must plan to enroll in an undergraduate program at least part-time. Approximately 280 students apply each year. Up to 15 awards are offered.

People's United Bank Scholarship - This scholarship is for students planning to attend a Vermont college who have a minimum 3.5 GPA, demonstrate financial need/community involvement. You must plan to enroll full-time in an undergraduate degree program. The award is renewable for up to 3 additional years. Approximately 400 students apply each year; 2 awards are offered.

Ludlow VFW Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students who reside in Cavendish, Ludlow, Mount Holly, or Plymouth. Preference is given to students who have a parent or grandparent that served in any branch of the armed forces. A minimum of one award is offered annually, meaning that more than one could be available.

Vermont State Grange Agricultural Scholarship - This scholarship is for graduating Vermont seniors seeking a degree in agriculture who also demonstrate community service, academic achievement, financial need.

Vermont Police Association: Raymond R. Mooney Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students seeking education or training in a field related to public safety (e.g. emergency services, law enforcement, criminal justice). Approximately 60 students apply for this award each year. Selection is based on financial need, application documents.

Vermont DAR Good Citizenship Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students seeking a degree in the social sciences (e.g. anthropology, archaeology, criminology, economics, geography, history, international relations, philosophy, political science, psychology, social work, sociology, or urban studies). Preference will be given to students who demonstrate dependability, community service, leadership, religious awareness, and/or patriotism.

Vermont Dental Hygiene Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students enrolled or planning to enroll in an accredited dental hygiene program. There are approximately 18 applicants for this award each year; 7 awards of varying amounts are offered from the pool of total funds. The typical award amount is $1,700.

Vermont Lakes and Ponds Scholarship - This scholarship is for Vermont students seeking a degree in environmental studies. To apply, you must be an incoming or current undergraduate or graduate student. Preference will be given to students interested in aquatic environmental studies (e.g. watershed management, water resources education, or limnology).

Horatio Alger Vermont Scholarship - This scholarship is for graduating Vermont seniors who show integrity/perseverance in overcoming personal adversity, as well as hope to continue their education after high school. Once you receive the award, you are allowed to begin your studies at a two-year institution but must eventually transfer to a four-year institution to remain eligible. The award will be paid out in installments over the course of 5 years ($1,750 each year).

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Jon Borowicz Scholarship - Amount: $500 - Scholarship is open to high school seniors who are Vermont residents and participate weekly in Vermont music programs for youth.

NEWH | New England Chapter Scholarship - Amount: $2,500 - Scholarship is open to currently enrolled college students attending an accredited college in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, or Massachusetts.. Applicant must have a career objective in of the areas of the Hospitality Industry.

VSAC-Assisted Scholarships - Scholarships are open to graduating high school seniors and current college students who are residents of Vermont.


NEWWA Scholarships - Scholarship is open to incoming and current undergraduate and graduate students who reside in New England or attend a college/university in New England. Applicant must be majoring in civil engineering or environmental engineering and be a member of NEWWA.

Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship - Amount: Up to $18,000 - Scholarship is open to entering and returning students at an accredited undergraduate institution in the United States.

Vermont Scholarships, Financial Aid and Education Resource

ere are https://www.collegesimply.com/colleges/vermont


There are 30,624 full time students in the 18 colleges and universities of Vermont


Bennington College Bennington, Vermont
Castleton State College Castleton, Vermont
Champlain College Burlington, Vermont
College of St Joseph Rutland, Vermont
Community College of Vermont Montpelier, Vermont
Goddard College Plainfield, Vermont
Green Mountain College Poultney, Vermont
Johnson State College Johnson, Vermont
Landmark College Putney, Vermont
Lyndon State College Lyndonville, Vermont
Marlboro College Marlboro, Vermont
Middlebury College Middlebury, Vermont
Norwich University Northfield, Vermont
Saint Michael's College Colchester, Vermont
Southern Vermont College Bennington, Vermont
Sterling College Craftsbury Common, Vermont
University of Vermont Burlington, Vermont
Vermont Technical College Randolph Center, Vermont