Financial Aid and Scholarships at Lyndon
- Approximately 89% of Lyndon’s undergraduate students receive some form of aid.
- In addition to low tuition, Vermonters can save up to $5,500 with the Lyndon Scholars Award.
- Out-of-State students can save up to $12,076 with stackable awards.
Where to start with financial aid
To be considered for all available sources of financial aid, create an FSA ID for yourself and a separate FSA ID for one parent to e-sign the FAFSA. Submit The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) between January 1 and February 15, 2016. Submitting your FAFSA after the priority date may limit financial aid eligibility.
Taxes not filed yet? Estimate your income on the FAFSA, then after your taxes are filed, return to http://www.fafsa.gov, to update your FAFSA with actual data using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT).
Entering Lyndon’s school code, 003689, ensures that your FAFSA will be forwarded to Lyndon for review.
Additional applications may be required for state grants or private scholarships. Vermont students should apply for a Vermont State Grant at VSAC.org.
Funding for your education can come in different forms, including grants, scholarships, loans and work-study jobs. Lyndon’s Financial Aid staff is committed to providing you with the information you need to minimize the confusion, you may experience in meeting your college financial obligations.
Scholarships and NEBHE discounts at Lyndon State College.
Lyndon State offers a variety of scholarships as well as the NEBHE discount for New England students. Choose from the menu at the left for an option that meets your situation.
If you have any questions, contact us at by email, or call us at 802 626-6396.