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Vermont Scholarships

by Mary Brito | Last Updated: November 6, 2022

Important Note: The purpose of this detailed listing is to help you plan your scholarship search throughout the year. Please find information below about scholarships for Vermont students. Some of the deadlines may be from prior years. Scholarship deadlines are cyclical, so even if a deadline has passed, the website will likely be updated for the 2022-23 cycle. Be sure to reach out to the sponsor or check sponsor websites for the most recent details.

January

These are for $2,000. This is for current college undergraduates from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. These students must be licensed as amateur radio operator technicians, hold U.S. citizenship with New England residency, and study electronics, communications, or related fields. The deadline to apply is January 31st. Learn more here.

This is for full-time students admitted to a Vermont college or university. They must commit to one of the following colleges or universities: Bennington College, Castleton University, Champlain College, Community College of Vermont, Landmark College, Middlebury College, Northern Vermont University, Norwich University, Saint Michael’s College, Sterling College, University of Vermont, Vermont Technical College, or Vermont Law School. The deadline to apply is January 1st. More info. here.

This is for students who have an active technician class amateur radio license or higher are eligible for this award. Students must be living in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, or Connecticut, and be majoring in computer science, TV/radio electronics, or electrical engineering. The deadline is January 31st.  More info. here.

This full in-state tuition, 4-year merit scholarship (currently valued at over $67,000) is awarded to select seniors attending eligible Vermont high schools (including public high schools and select private high schools in Vermont, and a number of border high schools). The highest-achieving Vermont resident in each eligible high school at the end of the junior year may be considered. Selection criteria will be determined by each eligible high school. Students must be enrolled in 12 or more credits per semester and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Renewal eligibility is evaluated at the end of each spring term. The deadline is January 15th. Apply here.

This is awarded to the most academically talented transfer students (from another institution) admitted to UVM. Recipients typically have completed 21 college credits earning at least a 3.1 cumulative grade-point average in all prior college work. For students who earned less than 21 college credits, both the college and high school records are reviewed to determine eligibility. Recipients are selected based on the application for admission. Dean’s Merit Scholars are awarded a 4-year (8 semester) merit scholarship of $5,000 annually for Vermont residents and $7,000 to $10,000 annually for out-of-state residents. Students must be enrolled in 12 or more credits per semester and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Renewal eligibility is evaluated at the end of each spring term. The deadline is January 15th. Learn more here.

This scholarship is designated for Vermont residents who demonstrate strong academic performance. Recipients are selected based on the application for admission. Morrill scholars are awarded a 4-year (8 semester) merit scholarship of $5,000 annually. Students must be enrolled in 12 or more credits per semester and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Renewal eligibility is evaluated at the end of each spring term. The deadline is January 15th. Website found here.

The scholarship is designated for Vermont residents who demonstrate outstanding academic performance.  Recipients are selected based on the application for admission. Patrick scholars are awarded a 4-year (8 semester) merit scholarship of $5,000 annually. Students must be enrolled in 12 or more credits per semester and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Renewal eligibility is evaluated at the end of each spring term. The deadline is January 15th. Read more here.

This is for students who demonstrate the highest academic performance are eligible for consideration for the Presidential Scholarship. Recipients are selected based on the application for admission.  Presidential Scholars are awarded a 4-year (8 semester) merit scholarship, which ranges from $17,000 to $18,000 annually and up to $20,000 annually for students invited to the Honors College as incoming first time, first-year students. Students must be enrolled in 12 or more credits per semester and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Renewal eligibility is evaluated at the end of each spring term. The deadline is January 15th. More info. here.

This is for high school seniors or students enrolled full-time in college who are interested in a career in the agriculture industry. The Bayer Fund offers $1,500 scholarships. Students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA and receive endorsements from qualifying farmers. The deadline is January 11th.  More information here.

This is for high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Students must demonstrate leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship. The scholarship awards up to $40,000 and the deadline is January 5th. Read more here.

This is for first year students at the University of Vermont with high academic performance. Scholarships range from $7,000 to $8,000 annually. The deadline is January 15th. Read more here.

This is for first-year and transfer Vermont residents who left their home country as a refugee and has shown academic talent.The scholarship awards $1,000 annually and the deadline is January 15th. Read more here.

February

This gives two $1,000 scholarships to students pursuing a four-year degree in animal science or marketing at Cornell University, Penn State University or Virginia Tech. You must be a resident of Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont or Virginia to be eligible. The deadline is February 15th. More details here.

This is a $1,000 non-renewable scholarship to be used at a U.S. college/university (2-4 years) or a vocational/technical institute school. Students must have at least a 2.5 GPA and plan to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in the Arts – this includes performing, visual, and graphic arts. All applicants must also demonstrate evidence of financial need. Please include a small sample of your chosen art. The deadline is February 16th. More details here.

This is for Vermont students seeking a degree in law enforcement. Eligible applicants must attend an accredited school approved for federal Title IV funding (Pell Grants, Stafford loans, PLUS loans), as well as demonstrate financial aid. The deadline is February 12th.  Learn more here.

This was established to enable residents of Windham County to further their education at the graduate level and/or to prepare themselves for career changes that require graduate-level education. In order to apply, you must reside in Windham County (preference given to residents of Bellows Falls, Brattleboro, Dummerston, Guilford, Newfane and Putney); demonstrate financial need and academic achievement. The deadline is February 12th.  More details here.

This scholarship is available for Vermont undergraduate and graduate students who are seeking a degree in a field related to family and consumer sciences. Students must demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. This is for approximately $600 and the deadline to apply is February 12th. Apply here.

This award is available to Vermont undergraduate and graduate students who are: blind or visually impaired (after best corrected vision); children of a blind or visually impaired person; or pursuing a career in the education or rehabilitation of blind or visually impaired people. Students must demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. The deadline is February 12th. More details here.

This award is for undergraduate or graduate students who have a current or permanent address that is located in one of the following states or plan to move to one of these states prior to March 1 of the year in which the application is made: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Delaware, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, or North Carolina. The deadline is February 1st. Learn more here.

This award is open to Vermont graduate students who are seeking a degree in a healthcare field, including, but not limited to, dentistry, nursing, medicine, pharmacy, psychiatry, or psychology. Students must have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, and demonstrate financial need. The deadline is February 11th. More details here.

This scholarship is available for Vermont undergraduate students who are seeking a degree in business or education. Students must have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and demonstrate financial need. The deadline is February 11th. Read more here.

This scholarship is open to Vermont students who are pursuing a certificate, postsecondary non-degree, or undergraduate degree program. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, demonstrate financial need, and demonstrate community involvement/service. This is for $1,000. The deadline is February 11th. More details here.

This scholarship is for female undergraduate students who have resided in Orange County, Vermont, for at least one year, and who demonstrate financial need and education/work ethic. Students must face significant barriers that limit access to education after high school. Preference is given to students who are among the first generation in their families to attend college. This is for $1000 and the deadline is February 11th. More details here.

This is for students interested in landscape architecture at a  LAAB-accredited institution. Applicants must be a member of ASLA. The scholarship totals to $20,000. The deadline is February 1st. Read more here.

March

This offers three $1000 awards; one OMEGA scholarship will be awarded in each of the following categories: Transportation and Community; Technology; and Social Connectivity. To be considered, applicants must be current high school juniors or seniors attending school in one of the six New England states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, or Vermont. Applicants must also be planning to pursue a degree at an accredited US post-secondary institution. The deadline to apply is March 20th. More details and application here.

This is offering one $500 scholarship to a graduating senior. The minimum height for females is 5’10”, males 6’2″. You must be under the age of 21 and live and attend high school Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine or Connecticut. Applicants must demonstrate academic and personal achievement, involvement in clubs and activities in the school community, and involvement in clubs and activities outside the school community. The deadline to apply is March 1st. Read more here.

This supports and encourages the continuation of higher education to all those in New England affected by congenital heart defects (CHDs). Eligible applicants must: be diagnosed with a congenital heart defect or the recipient of a heart transplant or be a family member (sibling, child, parent) of a person diagnosed with a CHD; be a resident of one of the New England States; be a high school senior or enrolled college student with a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and be accepted full or part-time at an accredited 2 or 4-year college, university, or technical school located in the United States; and, not have been awarded the IMHNE CHD Scholarship in the last two years. The deadline is March 26th. Apply here.

This helps pay childcare expenses for single parents who are attending school at least half time. Applicants must be single parents with custody of at least one child age 12 or under. They must be pursuing an undergraduate degree and attending a school that is approved for federal financial aid. To apply, applicants must submit a FAFSA, and Unified Scholarship Application, a letter of recommendation, an essay, and childcare information, including the cost. The scholarship pays up to $4,000 toward child care expenses. The application deadline is March 16. Read more here.

This is available to students who are currently in the custody of the Vermont Department of Children and Families (DCF) or who are now between age 18 to 24 and were in the custody of DCF for at least six months between age 16 and 18. Applicants must show financial need and be pursuing an undergraduate degree at a Vermont school that is eligible for federal financial aid. The award is typically between $1,000 and $2,000 but can range up to $3,000. The deadline to apply is March 16. More details here.

This is for applicants born in Vermont and have parents who live in Vermont. This scholarship is available to high school seniors attending Springfield High School or to any high school in Windham County. To qualify, the applicant must demonstrate both financial need and academic achievement. They must also be pursuing a Bachelor of Science in an accredited engineering or technology program at a school that is approved for federal funding. The scholarship is for up to $4,000 and may be renewed for up to three more years. The application deadline is March 16. Read more here.

Applicants must live in Caledonia County, Vermont. Students who live in Peacham or are in the first generation to attend college in their family are given priority. Applicants must be enrolled at least half time and require financial assistance in order to attend school. They must be seeking an undergraduate degree at a school that accepts federal financial aid. The scholarship awards up to $1,000 and the deadline to apply is March 16.  Read more here.

Students must show financial need and have been in the custody of the Department for Children and Families after age 14. Students must attend an accredited school that is qualified to receive federal financial aid funds. The scholarship award is usually between $1,000 to $3,000, but may be up to $5,000. The application deadline is March 16. Read more here.

Applicants must be a resident of Vermont who will pursue a degree in a field related to family and consumer sciences at an accredited school approved for federal Title IV funding. Academic achievement and financial need must be demonstrated. The deadline is March 3rd. Learn more here.

This offers up to $10,000 through the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and The Sallie Mae Fund. Applicants must be enrolled as a high school senior and plan to be a full time student in the following year. Applicants must also plan to be enrolled in a post-secondary institution and have a GPA of 2.75 or higher. The deadline is March 8th. Read more here.

This offers 4 different scholarships to high school seniors who aspire to join the automotive industry. Applicants must have a competitive academic standing and high SAT and ACT scores. The scholarship awards $3,500. Applications are due March 9th. Read more here.

This is for high school seniors graduating from the following high schools: Randolph Area Vocational Center, Randolph Union High School, Rochester Union High School, Whitcomb High School, Windsor High School, or Woodstock Union High School. Applicants must plan to enroll full-time at an accredited institution and pursue an undergraduate degree. Up to $1,000 is awarded and the deadline is March 16th. Read more here.

This is for students obtaining an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree. Applicants must have at least a 3.5 GPA and be a Grange member with financial need. The scholarship awards $500 and the deadline is March 16th. Read more here.

This is for students obtaining an agricultural degree at an Agriculture college. Applicants are awarded based on academic achievement, agricultural interest, community involvement, and leadership. The scholarship awards $500 and the deadline is March 16th. Read more here.

This is for Vermont students pursuing a career in nursing. The scholarship may be used for out-of-state schools. The scholarship awards $500 and the deadline is March 16th. Read more here.

This is for students obtaining an agricultural degree or an education degree. Applicants are awarded based on academic achievement, agricultural interest, community involvement, and leadership. The scholarship awards two $500, one for Agriculture and one for Education. The deadline is March 16th. Read more here.

This is for high school seniors attending a postsecondary vocational/technical school or taking a trade course. Applicants are awarded based on academic achievement, financial need, and goals. The scholarship awards $1,000 and the deadline is March 16th. Read more here.

This is for applicants living in the New England area (Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut). Applicants must plan to attend a post secondary institution. Amount awarded varies and the deadline is March 19th. Read more here.

This is a merit based scholarship for Vermont residents enrolled in a Vermont  institution of higher education. Applicants must plan to pursue a professional career in the aerospace industry. The scholarship amount varies. The deadline is March 1st. Read more here.

This scholarship is for students with a documented disability seeking an undergraduate degree. The scholarship awards up to $4,000. The deadline to apply is March 16. More details here.

This is for high school seniors in Vermont dedicated to the environment. Applicants must be academically strong and show community involvement relating to conserving the environment. The scholarship awards up to $1,000. The deadline to apply is March 16. More details here.

This is for students who show commitment to preserving our natural world. Applicants must reside in Windham or Windsor County and seek an undergraduate degree in science-biology/marine, environmental studies, forestry, wildlife management, or ornithology. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required. The scholarship offers up to $1,000. The deadline to apply is March 16. More details here. 

This is for high school seniors who are children of recent immigrants to the U.S. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and have a minimum GPA of 2.5. One $1,000 scholarship is offered. The deadline to apply is March 16. More details here.

This is for Vermont students who want to become teachers. Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program for teacher education and identify as any of the following: BIPOC, Latinx, AAPI, Indigenous, Black, Hispanic, and/or an English Language Learner. A maximum of three scholarships of varying amounts are offered. The deadline to apply is March 16. More details here.

This is for Tunbridge, Vermont residents seeking a postsecondary education. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and a minimum GPA of 2.5. Up to two $1,000 scholarships are awarded. The deadline to apply is March 16. More details here.

This provided financial assistance to seniors in a Vermont high school who has lived in Vermont since birth. Applicants must have a GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrate financial need. Up to four $5,000 scholarships are awarded. The deadline to apply is March 16. More details here.

April

This is worth $5,000. This is reserved for students residing and studying in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. Applicants must pursue an ABET-accredited degree in civil engineering and have unmet financial need and academic merit. You must also be a part of NEWWA members building careers in water works practice. The deadline is April 1st. Read more here.

One Vermont and one NH student will be selected to receive a renewable scholarship in honor of “Buster” Brush who was passionate about working with youth and serving his community. The awards will go to two deserving seniors who have distinguished themselves from their peers through hard work, school spirit, leadership, and a desire to help others and make a difference in their communities. The deadline is April 16th. For more information and application materials click here.

This is for up to $5,000. Open to high school seniors in Vermont who intend to be enrolled full-time in the following year. Applicants must be enrolled in a program relevant to NASA’s goals at a Vermont institution. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Three awards designated for Native American applicants; three scholarships designated for Burlington Technical Center Aviation & Technical Center, Aerospace WorkForce Development, and Aviation Technical School. The deadline is April 12th. More details here.

Applicants must be senior at Vermont secondary school; senior from adjacent state whose parents are legal Vermont residents; or senior from adjacent state attending Vermont school. The deadline is April 1st. Learn more here.

This award is available to Vermont students who are seeking education or training in a field related to construction. Students may be high school seniors or graduates or currently enrolled undergraduate/graduate students. The deadline is April 6th. More info. here..

This is awarded to outstanding Master of Food and Agriculture Law and Policy (MFALP) student(s) who plan to pursue a career in sustainable food and agriculture systems. Applicants will be evaluated based on their commitment to improving food systems and its impact on the environment, public health, local economies, food security, and animal welfare. The scholarship committee will also take into account the applicants academic excellence and potential for leadership. The deadline is April 15th. Read more here.

This is awarded to one or more outstanding Master of Energy Regulation and Law (MERL) student(s) who plan to pursue a career in energy and environmental public service. Each year the Environmental Law Center’s Institute for Energy and the Environment evaluates applicants based on three criteria: commitment to reducing the energy sector’s impact on the environment, academic excellence, and potential for leadership. The deadline is April 15th. Read more here.

This is for those interested in the employee benefits career including actuarial sciences, ERISA and legal aspects of employee benefits, careers in pension design and planning, work and family issues, and careers in corporate employee benefits design, analysis and management. Applicants must reside in the New England area. The scholarship offers $3,000 and the deadline is April 1st. Read more here.

This is for females who have shown commitment to academics, community service, and extracurricular activities. Applicants must plan to attend school in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, or Maine. The scholarship awards $5,000 and the deadline is April 1st. Read more here.

These  are offered to high school seniors who are members of Vermont Federal Credit Union. The scholarship awards $2,000 scholarships to high school seniors and two more $2,000 scholarships to those in a post secondary institution. The deadline is April 17th. Read more here.

This offers up to $15,000 to those committed to the arts and social justice. The scholarship is need-based and available for students enrolled in a post secondary institution. The deadline is April 1st. Read more here.

May

This is for $1,000 and given to college-bound high school seniors. It’s reserved for New England residents in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Maine who actively skate at FMC arenas from East Boston to Worcester. To be eligible, you must be accepted at accredited two- or four-year U.S. colleges, have participated in ice hockey, figure skating, recreational ice sports, and exhibit financial need for higher education costs. The deadline is May 1st. Application here.

This is offering four educational scholarships. (2) $2,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors and (2) $2,000 scholarships to those already enrolled in a college, trade school, or university or having been out of high school for more than one year. The deadline to apply is May 2nd. Learn more here.

Applicants must be graduates of Vermont high school and in the top 40 percent of class or have GPA of 3.0 and 1500 SAT. Applicants must also  have a valid connection to golf. This is for $1,000 and the deadline is May 1st. More info. here.

This is awarded annually to a Rutland County High School senior who has exhibited a high level of proficiency and interest in the video or media arts and intends to pursue study in the communications field at an accredited college, university or trade school. Eligible applicants must be pursuing degrees in television, film, radio, internet, computer animation, graphic arts, sound engineering, photo and print journalism, marketing, communications, PR and digital arts. The deadline is May 3rd. Learn more here.

This is a scholarship program for parents and guardians interested in honing their skills as special education advocates. The deadline is May 29th. Apply here.

This is for students with financial need who have shown academic achievement and a commitment to serving others. It is renewable for four-years and the amount varies. The deadline is May 1st. Read more here.



June

This scholarship is offered to Korean-American undergraduate or graduate students who are attending college in the northeastern region of the U.S. as defined by the Korean American Scholarship Fund. The following states are eligible: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The deadline is June 30th. Read more here.




This scholarship is open to Vermont undergraduate and graduate students who are dependents of a member of the Vermont Sheriffs’ Association. Applicants must demonstrate academic achievement, financial need, and school/community involvement. The deadline is June 20th. More details here.

July

This award is for U.S students who are permanent residents of New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, or Massachusetts, and are residents of towns or cities with fewer than 15,000 inhabitants. The student must be enrolled at one of the Community College System of New Hampshire’s seven colleges and display financial need. The deadline is July 21st. Learn more here.

This is for students who have autism or who have a family member diagnosed with autism and accepted into a post secondary institution. The scholarship awards $5,000 and the deadline is July 31st. Read more here.

August

These are available for undergraduate sophomores with a minimum of 3.0 GPA who demonstrate community service and involvement. The deadline is August 15th. The scholarship amount varies. Read more here.

September

This aids New England students interested in a career in horticulture. Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate landscape/horticulture program and have a GPA of at least 2.25. The scholarship awards $3,000. The deadline is September 10th. Website can be found here.

This is open to undocumented students with or without DACA. Applicants must currently be enrolled college students or high school students who will be attending college after graduation. The deadline is September 30th. More details here.

October

This is for $10,000 and is available for high school seniors in Vermont who have unmet financial need and a grade point average of 2.0 or higher. The deadline to apply is October 25th. Website found here.

This is a scholarship for students and graduates who work to change the world by taking action in their local communities. Two students will win $500 each every time the scholarship is awarded. While not required, applicants with experience volunteering or working to better their local community through social, environmental, or economic change are preferred. The deadline to apply is October 29th. Read more here.

November

This awards a scholarship to a medical student who is committed to practicing medicine in Vermont and to caring for the health of Vermonters. The scholarship program was created to encourage young physicians to return to Vermont after completing their residency training and is named in honor of Dr. Mildred Reardon, a faculty member at the Larner College of Medicine at UVM, who was instrumental in forming VMSERF. The deadline is November 7th. Learn more here.

This is for students who are 14 years old or older. The scholarship awards $5,000 and the deadline to apply is November 30th. Read more here.

December

This is now open to current college students in New England who are pursuing a degree in journalism or working towards a career in media, whether it be in broadcast, newsprint, photojournalism or online journalism. All applicants must be from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont or Connecticut or going to colleges or universities in those states. The deadline is December 3rd. More info. here.

The applicant must be a Vermont resident, be a graduating high school senior or receive a GED by the end of the current academic year, and plan to further formal education training in any area, be it academic, vocational, technical, or the arts. Applicants must also demonstrate, through personal experiences and/or public commitment, a dedication to the interests of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gendered, and questioning community. The deadline to apply is December 31st. More details here.

This is for $1,425. This is available to undergraduate or graduate members of Lambda Chapter/Vermont. The deadline to apply is December 31st. Read more here.

This scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student who attends a US university/college located in the BASAA area (Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island or Connecticut). Applicants must meet general FEA scholarship eligibility requirements & preferences. The deadline is December 31st. Learn more here.

Vermont residents are eligible to apply for a Vermont Part-Time grant if they are accepted or enrolled in an undergraduate degree or certificate program, and do not already have a bachelor’s degree; unless they are attending the University of Vermont College of Medicine, or enrolled in a doctor of veterinary medicine program. The deadline is December 31st. More info. here.

This is offering $750 to six eligible applicants in New York or Vermont. Applicants must be former or current members of ProStart and be admitted to a post-secondary school majoring in food service, culinary arts, hospitality management or a related field. The deadline is December 15th. Read more here. 

This offers three and four year scholarships to high school seniors and cadets enrolled in the program. Applicants must apply before December 1st of their senior year. Read more here.

Deadline's Vary

Recipients must be a sophomore, junior or senior, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and plan to teach at the elementary or secondary level. They must also demonstrate financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. More info. here.

Recipients must have achieved a junior or senior status prior to the semester of the award. Applicants must be seeking a Music degree. They must have also achieved a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher. Read more here.

First consideration is given to a Nursing student from Rutland, VT or a Nursing student from Vermont. Applicants must also be enrolled full-time at Castleton University and demonstrate financial need. Learn more here.

Recipients are selected based on the application for admission. These scholars are awarded a 4-year (8 semester) merit scholarship, which ranges from $8,000 to $15,000 annually. Students must also be enrolled in 12 or more credits per semester and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Learn more here.

This is for $10,000 and given to degree holders of any Middlebury school and their extended family members for our on-site master’s programs. Apply here.

This scholarship supports public policy students with an emphasis on the study of ethics. More details here.

This provides up to $5,000 for Vermonters transferring to Castleton from an out-of-state college or university, or those who might be returning to school after leaving college. Apply here.

This provides free tuition for up to 30 credits for Vermonters who have been out of school for at least two years and have completed at least 40 college credits. This scholarship covers last dollar tuition, meaning it covers costs after state and federal financial aid has been applied. Apply here.

This is for New England residents who are enrolling in out-of-state public colleges and universities. The scholarship amount varies. More information here.

This offers $1,000-$5,000 to outstanding students at Castleton University. The deadline is based on rolling admissions. Read more here.                                  

These are for students at Castleton University entering the English and music programs. An audition is required for music. Up to $2,500 is awarded each year. Read more here.    

This offers full tuition to students who were valedictorian at their high school. The scholarship is renewable as long as students keep at least a 3.0 GPA. Read more here.     

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Mary Brito is enrolled at the prestigious Macaulay Honors College at City University of New York Queens College. She is studying urban studies and political science and aspires to one day work in the nonprofit sector for a social justice organization. Knowing the difficulties, hardships, and struggles that students face on their journey to college, Mary offers insight on the ins and outs of college admissions, what colleges look for in personal statements and supplemental essays, and navigating the scholarship and paying for the college process. For fun, Mary likes to paint, travel, and explore the city with friends. She will also be a programming and residential life assistant for high school students in Building Community at Columbia University.