Colleges in Vermont are near the city of Burlington and spread throughout the state. There are small liberal arts schools to University of Vermont which is the only state research university. Let’s look at some NCES stats about the "Green Mountain State":
Salary BreakdownAccording to the College Scorecard alums from Middlebury College earn the highest average salary. 10 years after graduating, the average salary is about $75,400. Meanwhile, the 2017 mean annual wage in Vermont is $50,150. You do the math!
According to the College Scorecard alums from Middlebury College earn the highest average salary. 10 years after graduating, the average salary is about $75,400. Meanwhile, the 2017 mean annual wage in Vermont is $50,150. You do the math!
Vermont participates in the New England Regional Student Program (RSP) and allows New England residents to enroll at out-of-state NE public universities at reduced costs. In 2018-2019, student saved an average of $7,900. In 2019 over 8,000 students have saved $54.2 million through the RSP program. Other participating states are Connecticut and New Hampshire.
Vermont offers a 529 savings plan called Vermont Higher Education Investment Plan. There are tax advantages such as tax-free investments that grows over time and qualified withdrawals are tax-free. The state will offer a state income tax credit of 10% of the first $2,500 investment. Your funds can cover tuition, books, fees, room and board. It's a great way to invest and save up for college!
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