Our financial aid staff is available for in-person or phone appointments with students and families. If you have any questions, please email us.
Vermont Technical College will join with Castleton University and Northern Vermont University to become Vermont State University on July 1, 2023.
Learn more about financial aid at Vermont State.
Higher education is an investment and at Vermont Tech, we believe the financial well-being of students is just as important as their education. That’s why the Office of Financial Aid is committed to helping you explore a range of financial aid and planning options.
Vermont Tech is combining with Castleton University and Northern Vermont University on July 1, 2023 to become a single accredited institution. If you are seeking information for fall 2023 forward, please see Vermont State University for aid and scholarship information. Information on this page is intended for students through spring 2023.
There are a variety of ways to fund your education, including grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study jobs–we’ll explain your options and demystify the application process. We help our students maximize all of their available financial aid opportunities, it’s a service we are proud to provide.
- Applying for Aid
- Financial Aid Forms
- How-to Forms & Videos
- VTC/VTSU General Scholarship Application
- Private Loans
- Work Study
- Policies & Resources
Federal Student Loan Debt Relief Application now available!
The U.S. Department of Education has announced plans to offer targeted debt relief of up to $20,000 for certain federal student loan borrowers. The application for this cancellation is now live. You can access it below:
You can learn more about debt relief on the studentaid.gov website. Check here to see if you qualify.
For information about your loan balance, your loan servicer, or if you were ever a Pell Grant recipient, you will need to create or log into your studentaid.gov account for specific information related to you.
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation
The Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) provides grants, loans, scholarships, career and education planning, and general information about how you or your family members can pursue a high-quality education. VSAC’s Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) can assist students in understanding the cost of attendance, exploring financial aid resources, and helping students in completing the applications for aids. Learn more about services that VSAC provides.