Vermont Average Net Price Ranking

The Most Expensive Colleges in Vermont by Average Net Price for 2022

Most Expensive Colleges in Vermont by Average Net Price

The highest net price colleges in Vermont are ranked by the average net price paid. Net price is the average cost paid as determined by tuition minus scholarship and grant financial aid and grant financial aid and may be a more accurate estimation of real life costs than published tuition. Discount from list price represents the effective percent discount from published costs that students averaged. Please note that net price varies on a student by student basis based on finanical situation and no financial aid is guaranteed. Champlain College leads the list with a $35,870 average annual net price paid in 2014-2015.

Net price data are reprinted from the U.S. Department of Education's IPEDS Survey and reflect reported costs for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Vermont's Most Expensive Colleges by Average Net Price
College Net Price Discount
#1 Champlain College

Burlington, Private Not For Profit

$35,870 40%
#2 Bennington College

Bennington, Private Not For Profit

$35,386 53%
#3 Saint Michael's College

Colchester, Private Not For Profit

$31,096 51%
#4 Norwich University

Northfield, Private Not For Profit

$25,641 57%
#5 Middlebury College

Middlebury, Private Not For Profit

$24,517 68%
#6 Goddard College

Plainfield, Private Not For Profit

$23,794 23%
#7 Vermont Technical College

Randolph Center, Public Not For Profit

$21,279 27%
#8 University of Vermont

Burlington, Public Not For Profit

$20,235 40%
#9 Sterling College

Craftsbury Common, Private Not For Profit

$17,685 65%
#10 Castleton State College

Castleton, Public Not For Profit

$17,528 32%
#11 Johnson State College

Johnson, Public Not For Profit

$16,800 34%
#12 Lyndon State College

Lyndonville, Public Not For Profit

$13,304 42%