Funding and Fees

Middlebury College offers merit aid, need-based financial aid, and scholarship funding to help pay for tuition and fees. Students are eligible to receive a combination of the funding.

1. Merit Aid

Students will automatically be considered for merit aid with a complete Middlebury School of the Environment application (online application, recommendation, transcript and fee). Students will be notified by email in February and March.

2. Financial Aid

Students must submit the online financial aid application by March 1st. Both Middlebury and non-Middlebury students are eligible to receive aid. Middlebury College students must submit this form, even if they are already receiving financial aid for the academic year.

To be considered for financial aid, a complete application to the School of the Environment must be submitted. Do not wait for an admissions decision to submit the financial aid application.

3. Scholarships

The Middlebury School of the Environment has partnered with Planet Forward to provide additional scholarships. Planet Forward is a project at the Center for Innovative Media at the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs that teaches, celebrates, and rewards environmental storytelling by college students.

Students interested in applying for Planet Forward Scholarships, should submit their complete application along with application question #4 by March 1st.

  • Application question: Would you like to be considered for the Planet Forward scholarship? If yes, please describe how you currently use storytelling and media to help influence environmental change and move the planet forward, and how you might draw from your experience in China to continue this effort?

Dates & Fees

June 7 to July 19, 2019

Tuition, room, & two meals/day: $9,735

Out-of-Pocket Estimated Expenses

Airfare (from JFK*)$1,700
Additional Food$350
Personal$250
Books & Supplies$250
TOTAL$2,550

*Students purchase their own flights. They do not need to originate from nor pass through JFK, but JFK was used as an estimate.