Financial Aid and Scholarships

Making College Affordable

  • Approximately 89% of NVU-Lyndon’s undergraduate students receive some form of aid.
  • In addition to low tuition, Vermonters can save up to $4,750 with the Futures Scholarship.
  • Out-of-State students can save up to $11,250.

We understand that college is a significant expense for families. But if you want to make an impact on your future, you’ll need to make an investment now. We’re here to help guide you through the process of paying for college. Our student financial services experts on both campuses can answer your questions and help you navigate the path to paying for your college degree.

To learn more about scholarships and financial aid at Northern Vermont University-Lyndon, visit the Northern Vermont University site.

Lyndon State College and Johnson State College are joining to become Northern Vermont University. NVU is now accepting students for fall 2018.


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