15 Military Friendly Colleges in Vermont

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Funding for Military Friendly Colleges in Vermont

There are many military friendly colleges in Vermont. According to the VA, in 2017, 31 Vermont schools got Post 9/11 GI bill funds for over 1,500 students totaling over $14 million dollars.

There are six active programs offering benefits for veterans’ education. If eligible, all of these may be used to help fund a college education.

  • Post 9/11 GI Bill
  • All Volunteer Force Educational Assistance Program (MGIB-AD)
  • Educational Assistance for Members of the Selected Reserve (MGIB-SR)
  • Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP)
  • Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance (DEA)
  • Post Vietnam Era Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP)

 

The most-used benefit program is the Post 9/11 GI Bill. At Vermont colleges, 83% of the beneficiaries used the Post 9/11 GI Bill to help fund their education.

Military Program# of 2017 veterans eaRNING aid at Vermont colleges
Post 9 / 111,607
MGIB – AD53
MIGB – SR143
REAP0
DEA122
VEAP0

 

15 Military Friendly Colleges in Vermont

These 15 military friendly colleges in Vermont are listed based on the total amount of Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits awarded in the 2017 / 2018 school year. All of the data cited from the National Center for Education Statistics. Many of these schools take part in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a part of the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Under the Yellow Ribbon Program, the colleges and the VA pay the tuition and mandatory fees not paid for by the GI Bill.

1Norwich University
158 Harmon Drive | Northfield, VT 05663


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $5.09

Norwich University is the first military friendly school in Vermont on our list. It has over 640 students who get GI Bill benefits. The Veterans Affairs Team understands the challenge of going from military to civilian life. So, they’re ready to help veterans, military service members, and their families.

Norwich participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of students up to $16,879 each, per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who get military benefits is 100%. And, the rate for part time students is 75%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $20,967
Grad: $9,994

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 89
Grad: 323

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 80%
Part Time: 60%

2 Champlain College
163 S Willard St | Burlington, VT 05401


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $1.89M

Champlain College’s Veteran Services Office provides easy access to military and VA education benefit information and services. Plus, the school is home to ChampMilVets. This is the Student Veteran Organization (SVO) on campus.

Champlain participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of undergrad and grad students an unlimited max contribution per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who get military benefits is 86%. And, the rate for part time students is 50%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $11,148
Grad: $4,318

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 151
Grad: 48

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 82%
Part Time: 50%

 

3Vermont Technical College
124 Admin Drive | Randolph, VT 05061


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.77M

Vermont Technical College (VTC) is committed to helping current and former military members with their college goals. The school has a dedicated point of contact for support services for veterans, military service members, and their families.

VTC participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of students an unlimited max contribution per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who get military benefits is 33%. And, the rate for part time students is 50%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $12,638
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 61
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 69%
Part Time: 20%

4University of Vermont
85 South Prospect St | Burlington, VT 05405


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.59M

University of Vermont (UVM) is a Member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC). Plus, it offers UVM Student Veteran Services. This supports veterans and military students during college. That includes helping them to make a smooth transition to higher ed after serving in the armed forces.

UVM participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of undergraduate students an unlimited max contribution per year. 2 graduate students at the Graduate College get up to $5,000 each, per year. And, 5 graduate students at the Medical School get up to $10,000 each, per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who get military benefits is 67%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $19,903
Grad: $17,984

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 29
Grad: 1

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 87%
Part Time: 47%

5 Northern Vermont University


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.5M

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $10,178
Grad: 4,128

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 48
Grad: 4

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 62%
Part Time: 50%

6Community College of Vermont


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.43M

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $4,502
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 97%
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 49%
Part Time: 39%

7Bennington College
One College Drive | Bennington, VT 05201


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.16M

Bennington College participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of students an unlimited max contribution per year.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $30,626
Grad: $20,500

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 4
Grad: 2

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 83%
Part Time: 25%

8Sterling College
16 Sterling Drive | Craftsbury Common, VT 05827


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0M

Sterling College is open and friendly and includes people of diverse life experiences. That included military veterans. The school is a member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC). Plus, it has a recognized student veteran organization on campus.

Sterling participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers 10 undergrad students up to $7,500 each, per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who get military benefits is 100%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: N/A
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: N/A
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 56%
Part Time: 100%

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