Academic Year 2021 – 2022
In-State = $280/credit
Out-of State = $560/credit
NEBHE/Good Neighbor* = $280/credit
Academic Year 2021 – 2022
Administrative (non-refundable) – $100
Independent Study – $80
Field Experience – $80
Textbooks – varies by course
Course-Specific Fees – vary (check the Course Schedule for info)
Non-Credit Workshops – vary (check the Course Schedule for info)
Assessment of Prior Learning portfolio evaluation – $300
Course Challenge – $280
Competency Based Pathway – $150
Focused Portfolio Development portfolio evaluation – $200
Evaluation of Transcripts from Other Colleges – Free
*Applies to students who are permanent residents of and living in counties bordering Vermont. (Cheshire, Sullivan, Grafton, and Coos counties in New Hampshire, Franklin and Berkshire counties in Massachusetts, and Clinton, Essex, Rensselaer, and Washington counties in New York). Students may also be eligible if they are enrolled in a New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) approved program that is not available in their home New England state (not including New York).
Use our tuition calculator to get an idea of how much you may pay in tuition and fees. For a more comprehensive estimate that includes things like books and course fees, use our Net Price Calculator. The Net Price Calculator will ask you for your residency status and the number of credits you’d like to take. It can also estimate your financial aid eligibility!
Auditing a Class
Students may register to “audit” CCV classes for which they are academically prepared. The cost is the same as when taking the course for credit; however, students will not receive an evaluation, course grade, or credit for the course. Audit status must be declared at time of enrollment. View our Course Audit Policy.
Residency Requirements for In-State Tuition
In-state tuition rates apply to students who have maintained legal residence in Vermont for at least one continuous year prior to enrollment. Out-of-state students seeking in-state status must submit a completed In-State Tuition Application, and supporting evidence, to be considered for in-state tuition. As part of the Vermont State Colleges System, CCV follows the Vermont State Colleges’ Residency Policy. To apply for in-state tuition, use the In-state Tuition Application Form.
NEBHE and Good Neighbor Tuition Break Program
Permanent residents of other New England states may be eligible for the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) Tuition Break Program which allows them to pay a special tuition rate that is equivalent to the current in-state rate. To qualify, a student must be a permanent resident of and living in a bordering New Hampshire or Massachusetts county (Cheshire, Sullivan, Grafton, and Coos counties in New Hampshire, and Franklin and Berkshire counties in Massachusetts). Students may also be eligible if they are enrolled in a NEBHE approved degree or certificate program that is not available in their home New England state.
CCV’s Good Neighbor program allows New York residents living in Clinton, Essex, Rensselaer, and Washington counties to also receive a discount that makes their tuition equal to the current in-state tuition rate.
For questions about residency for in-state tuition or the NEBHE Tuition Break Program, please contact Karrie DeMers, admissions specialist, at email@example.com or 802-654-0557.
Veteran and Military-Connected Students
Active duty and recently discharged (in the last three years) military personnel (as well as the spouses and dependents of such military service members) who don’t otherwise qualify for in-state status may be eligible based on their military service. To be considered, please complete the In-state Tuition Application Form and include documentation such as the following:
- Proof of active military status or recent discharge. This can include such items as:
- Current military orders of applicable service member
- DD214 with an honorable discharge dated within the past 3 years
- NGB22 with an honorable discharge dated within the past 3 years (National Guard)
- DD256 with an honorable discharge dated within the past 3 years (Reservist)
- (For Spouses) Proof of Marriage (Marriage License, Federal tax filings showing married status, etc.)
- (For Dependents) Proof of Dependency (Federal tax filings showing dependent status, etc.)