How much does it cost to attend public college in Vermont? The average annual in-state four year, public college tuition in Vermont was $12,230 for the 2017-2018 academic year. This is a change of $763 from the 2015-2016 average of $11,467 and represents a 6.65% annual increase. The list of Vermont public colleges below provides school specific cost and value rating. Public schools are partially funded by the taxpayers of Vermont and usually offer lower tuition to in-state residents.
Our guide surveyed tuition data from the 6 public colleges and universities in Vermont, the most popular being University of Vermont with 11,598 full time students and an in-state tuition list price of $15,504. University of Vermont is the most expensive public school in Vermont with an in-state tuition of $15,504.
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Rating is a CollegeCalc proprietary national percentile ranking of a college's overall difficulty and educational effectiveness. An average score is 50. Dollar value is a measure of a school's academic rating compared with the average net price paid. Colleges which are ranked "n/a" didn't report sufficient data to formulate a score. Learn more about our ratings.
All price data are reprinted from the U.S. Department of Education's 2017-2018 IPEDS Survey and reflect reported costs for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Castleton State College
Castleton, 1,768 Students
Community College of Vermont
Montpelier, 844 Students
Johnson State College
Johnson, 923 Students
Lyndon State College
Lyndonville, 966 Students
University of Vermont
Burlington, 11,598 Students
Vermont Technical College
Randolph Center, 1,023 Students