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Dual Enrollment Programs
Nine AVIC members participate in the Vermont Dual Enrollment program: Champlain College, Burlington College, College of St. Joseph, Southern Vermont College, Green Mountain College, Marlboro College, New England Culinary Institute, Norwich University and SIT.
In addition, other AVIC members have their own dual enrollment programs that offer generous discounts to high school students; none of the tuition figures account for financial aid adjustments.
Bennington College: Local high school students can take a 4-credit course at a cost of $100 per course, a discount of nearly 98 percent from the fees charged to part-time post-secondary students.
Green Mountain College: Local high school students may take up to 6 credit hours. The first course costs $150 and is paid for by the high school. The second course costs $225 and is paid for by the student. For full-time post-secondary students the cost is $2,592 per course.
Landmark College: High school students can take courses and/or attend a three week summer program for developing study skills on a non-credit basis.
Marlboro College: High school students may take courses at 1/2 the normal cost.
Middlebury College: High school students can register for Winter Term Workshops on a non-credit basis.
St. Michael’s College: High school students can take courses at a per-credit cost of $490; the credit cost for a part-time student is $ 1,100.
Norwich University: Northfield high school students only are eligible to take courses at a per-credit cost of $75.
Southern Vermont College: In addition to participating in Vermont’s Dual Enrollment program, the college has an Early Enrollment program for high school students. The cost is $100 for a 3-credit course. Normally, a 3-credit course costs approximately $1,830.
Sterling College: High school students can enroll in a summer sustainable agricultural program and receive a full semester of credit. The college has reduced tuition and fees for the summer program.