Middlebury meets the full demonstrated financial need of all admitted students.
Middlebury’s admissions decisions are need-blind for domestic students, including DACA and undocumented students, and we meet 100% of demonstrated financial need for all admitted students. We are one of only a few dozen undergraduate institutions to do this! We provide grant aid to approximately half of the student body.
Tuition and Fees
|Student Activity Fee||$440|
- Estimate $1,000 in 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.
- Estimate $1,000 in 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.
- Health Insurance
- Students are required to have health insurance. You can purchase coverage through Middlebury College, or provide proof of your own. Please see Student Financial Services for details about student health insurance.
Quick Cost Estimator
This free and secure tool will give you a general overview of what your financial aid and family contribution might be in just six questions.
Middlebury provides grant aid to about half of the student body. For the Class of 2025, the average grant was $57,000.
We are committed to making Middlebury College affordable for all admitted students and will meet 100% of your family’s demonstrated financial need.
To apply, visit Student Financial Services. If your family’s financial situation does not change, we are committed to providing you a similar package each year you attend Middlebury. You must apply by the deadlines below.
We limit the undergraduate loan expectation based on a family’s total income (ranging from $7,000-$19,000 over 4 years). Awarded loan amounts increase slightly each year. The average undergraduate total loan indebtedness at Middlebury is $18,955.
Federal Work Study
A work study job may be included as part of your financial aid package. Work study jobs average about 8 -10 hours per week.
Financial Aid Application Deadlines
We recommend you apply for aid at the same time you apply for admission. Be sure to leave plenty of time for completing the aid application process.
|Early Decision I||November 15|
|Early Decision II||January 3|
|Regular Decision||February 1|
|Transfer Fall||March 1|
|Transfer Spring||November 1|