Tuition (yearly) $9,984
Housing & Meals (yearly) $12,898
Fees (yearly) $1,416
Orientation Fee $400
Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.
This program prepares you to start your career working with people. The field of human services helps people to help themselves, whether helping them meet basic needs like food and shelter or connecting them with guidance, counseling, or substance abuse treatment. We focus on hands-on learning and offer a combination of both psychology and human services courses.
You will be prepared for many jobs upon graduation. We also focus on personal growth, professional skill development, social justice, and cultural understanding. Our students are highly employable and have gone on to work in a variety of social service agencies and schools or have continued on to earn their bachelor’s.
Grants & Scholarships
More than 80 percent of Vermont State University students receive some form of financial aid. Our dedicated financial aid team works to bring a Vermont State education within reach for students from all financial backgrounds with grants, scholarships, student loans, and more. Here, we are committed to making your education as affordable as possible so you can confidently invest in your future and be well on your way to a successful career.
State or Local Grant
State or Local Scholarship
Veteran Educational Assistance Program
Post 9-11 GI Bill
Department of Defense (DoD) Tuition Assistance
State or Local Military Assistance
Federal loans may be awarded as part of your financial aid package. Private loans may help you with the cost of attendance and require a separate application. There are several loan options for you and your family. All loans must be repaid.
Federal Subsidized Loan
Federal Unsubsidized Loan
State or Local Loan
Parent PLUS Loan
- Professional, scientific, and technical services
- Healthcare and social assistance