Dual Enrollment Programs
Nine AVIC members participate in the Vermont Dual Enrollment program: Champlain College, Marlboro College, and Norwich University.
In addition, other AVIC members have their own dual enrollment programs that offer generous discounts to high school students; none of the tuition figures account for financial aid adjustments.
Bennington College: Local high school students can take a 4-credit course at a cost of $100 per course, a discount of nearly 98 percent from the fees charged to part-time post-secondary students.
Landmark College: High school students can take courses and/or attend a three week summer program for developing study skills on a non-credit basis.
Marlboro College: High school students may take courses at 1/2 the normal cost.
Middlebury College: High school students can register for Winter Term Workshops on a non-credit basis.
St. Michael's College: High school students can take courses at a per-credit cost of $490; the credit cost for a part-time student is $ 1,100.
Norwich University: Northfield high school students only are eligible to take courses at a per-credit cost of $75.
Sterling College: High school students can enroll in a summer sustainable agricultural program and receive a full semester of credit. The college has reduced tuition and fees for the summer program.