The Cost of a Middlebury Education
We understand that a Middlebury education represents a significant investment for any family. We base financial aid decisions on the total cost of that education, broken down as follows for the 2013-2014 academic year:
Comprehensive Fee ($57,075): The comprehensive fee is the sum of tuition, room, and board. There is also a billed student activity fee of $395 for the academic year.
Books ($1,000): This is an estimate of your expenses for textbooks and supplies for the academic year. Your actual costs may differ depending on the courses you take and the availability of used books. You will need to bring money with you for your books when you first arrive at Middlebury.
Personal ($1,000): This is an estimate of expenses for personal items, entertainment, and clothing for the academic year. It is a conservative estimate, which will require careful budgeting on your part. Most students choose to use the income from their campus jobs to provide these funds.
Travel (variable): This figure represents our recognition that you will incur costs to get here in the fall and to get back again in the spring. Students generally use a portion of their summer earnings to pay this expense.