Vermont Law School will offer limited residential classes during the summer semester and expects to return to normal operations this fall. For information on campus access, health and safety protocols, and testing requirements please visit vermontlaw.edu/covid19.
Here at Vermont Law School, we want to make sure students have access to all of the resources they will need to be successful and live comfortably while completing their degree with us. We also want to ensure students are not incurring more student loan debt than necessary.
Here is an example of our 'thrifty' budget that would allow a student some cost of living funds to utilize while enrolled in our online program. Most of our students find they only need to borrow loans to help offset the cost of tuition and fees which are billed by term.
Online Thrifty Budget
Total Living Expenses
While students are allowed to borrow up to $28,000 towards cost of living expenses annually, our online students borrow an average of just $2,300 towards cost of living expenses each year**. Our full online student expense budget for 2017/2018 can be found here.