Tuition, Scholarships and Financial Aid
Tuition, Room and Board:
Room $3,760 per year double; $5,034 per year single
Board $4,009 full meal plan (see “Meal Plans” insert)
In 2011-2012, Virginia Intermont College provided aid totaling more than $4.3 million in institutional and need-based grants to students. Of those funds, freshmen received nearly $1.2 million. Below is a summary of Virginia Intermont’s 2011-12 scholarship commitments.
Find out if you are eligible for a VI scholarship by applying for admission today.
Investing in your college education is important, and key to the decision process is knowing that your college of choice is affordable. That’s why Virginia Intermont College offers academic, athletic, and performance-based scholarships to talented students. Combining a scholarship with federal grants and loans makes VI’s unique educational experience not only the right choice but also an affordable one.
Federal Education Loans
In addition to applying for admission and a VI scholarship, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Filling out the FAFSA and applying for admission allows VI’s financial aid counselors to calculate a total financial aid offer.
It’s that simple!
To learn more about financing your education (including Parent Plus loans), you may want to review online resources such as www.collegeboard.org or www.finaid.org/loans.
Virginia Intermont College knows that living on campus is a valuable part of the college experience. That’s why students have choices when it comes to residential living. Options range from traditional residence halls to apartment-style accommodations which are available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
In addition to finding a sense of community and a welcoming atmosphere, students who live on VI’s historic campus often find that the experience results in:
For these reasons, students are encouraged to live on campus to make the most of their experience at Virginia Intermont College.
VI holds that community learning is essential to your education and thus requires students with fewer than 85 credit hours (junior status) to live in the residence halls or in other college housing options and strongly encourages all others to live on campus as well. Exceptions to the residential requirements are for students who are married, live with a parent or guardian within commuting distance of the college, or are considered to be a part-time student (fewer than 12 credit-hours). Students older than 21 years may also live off-campus.
Audit, per semester hour: $50
For course-specific fees, including equine, natural sciences, photography, and physical education, please refer to the catalog.