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The Office of Student Financial Services can help you understand, manage, and finance the costs associated with your Middlebury Institute education.

Financial Aid

Loans

Education loans can help you cover your tuition and living expenses. U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, and eligible non-citizens may apply for U.S. federal loans and/or private education loans.

International students are eligible for U.S. private education loans and should also explore private loans from their home countries. Many private loans in the U.S. require international students have a U.S. co-signer but some do not.

Work-Study

Work-study positions at the Institute can help cover expenses such as rent, food, and entertainment.

Need-Based Grants

Applicants to our degree programs who demonstrate exceptional financial need can apply for need-based grants to supplement existing forms of aid.

U.S. Veterans’ Benefits

Each year we offer up to 100 percent tuition coverage for 75 qualifying U.S. veterans through the Yellow Ribbon Program.

Managing Your Account

Make a Payment

Pay your tuition deposit, tuition, and other fees. For a breakdown of costs, see Tuition and Fees Details.

Refund Schedule

If you withdraw from your courses by the appropriate date, you may be eligible for a tuition refund.

Auditing Courses and Overload Credits

Full-time Institute students can audit up to four course credits per semester at no additional cost. Credits beyond 16 per semester are overload credits and must be paid for at the per-credit rate.

Contact

Casa Fuente 435
(831) 647-4119
Fax (831) 647-6685

Monday–Friday
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Regina Garner, Director of Student Financial Services
Trish Aportela, Associate Director of Student Financial Services
Lynn Nakagawa, Associate Bursar
Cheryl Rowe, Cashier