Billing statements are made available on-line each week on/around the 1st and 15th of each month throughout the semesters (see Billing Due Dates section below).  Students will receive an email to their VTC email account when their bill is available for viewing.  It is the students' responsibility to check their account status on-line periodically to ensure that their financial aid has posted to their account or payments are being made when due.  It is the students' responsibility to ensure that all miscellaneous scholarships are posted by the appropriate billing due date.  Our office will add miscellaneous charges (course change fees, graduation fees, dorm damage fines, etc.) that are deemed necessary by the receiving offices.  For a complete listing of fees, please review our Tuition and Fees page.

Student Access to View Your Bill

Statements are accessible to authenticated users by following these steps:

  • Log-in to the VSC Portal
  • Select "Student Billing/Financials" in Web Services
  • Select "Make A Payment/View My Bill"
  • Select "My Account"
  • Log in using VSC User ID and password under Student & Staff
  • Choose the "EStatements" tab to look at the latest statement posted

Accounts that go unpaid by the published due date are subject to a $100 Late Financial Clearance Fee and a financial hold.  A financial hold will prohibit a student from registering for any future courses within the Vermont State College system, nor is the student able to obtain a transcript.

2015-2016 Billing Due Dates


Charges posted through July 14, 2015 - Due: 4:00 p.m. August 21, 2015
Charges posted after July 14, 2015 - Due: 4:00 p.m. September 18, 2015

2015 WINTER SEMESTER (Practical Nursing Students Only)

Charges posted on and after November 1, 2015 - Due: 4:00 p.m. December 7, 2015

2016 SPRING SEMESTER (for non Practical Nursing students)

Charges posted November 1, 2015 through December 18, 2015 - Due: 4:00 p.m. January 15, 2016
Charges posted after December 18, 2015 - Due: 4:00 p.m. February 12, 2016

2016 SPRING2 SEMESTER (Practical Nursing Students Only)

Charges posted March 1, 2016 and after - Due: 4:00 p.m. April 18, 2016


All summer bills are due prior to the start of summer courses.

*Semester Bill Due Dates - Generally, the initial tuition bill per semester is subject to a $120 late payment fee and a financial hold on the student's record if the payment or a response is not received by the due date.  (Summer session bills will be subject to the late payment fee each month there is new tuition billed, since the courses start and end at various times and the course lengths are varied). Please DO NOT wait for a corrected on-line bill. Make any adjustments (additions or deductions) on a printed copy of your billing statement from Web Services. If no payment is due because of a monthly payment plan or financial aid to cover the bill, just send an email to including your settlement information and the student name and ID number. There is no grace period on any bills.

Semester bills with a balance due in the "Total Balance" section on the top of your bill statement must be settled by the appropriate due date listed above to avoid the $120 late fee and the financial hold on the student's record.  Pending Financial Aid will not post until after the Add/Drop period so the remaining balance due after pending financial aid or what is covered by a payment plan, is what is due by the above published due dates. 

All financial aid paperwork must be completed in a timely fashion to ensure all financial aid can be transmitted. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all miscellaneous scholarships are posted by the due dates. Frequently people assume we know how the bill will be paid. This assumption often results in the late fee and the financial hold. Please work with us to make sure that your account is settled. The earlier you respond, the earlier we can assist you. If your response is not received until the week of the due date, we will not be able to turn around information to you in a timely manner to help you avoid the late fee and a financial hold. Please respond early and call our office with any questions at (802) 728-1301.