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With flavors like “Chunky Monkey,” “Cherry Garcia,” and “Phish Food,” we’d like to take this moment to thank the state of Vermont for giving everyone the wonderful ice cream flavors of Ben and Jerry’s. If you call the state of Vermont home, you may want to be thankful for these college scholarships just for Vermont residents, too. Scholarships are a great way to reduce your student debt and lessen your stress from worrying about college finances. Even if you don’t currently live in Vermont, but plan to attend one of its schools, such as: the University of Vermont (UVM), Bennington College, Norwich University, Middlebury College, or Green Mountain College, you could have the chance to win some free college dollars with these Vermont student scholarships. Browse through our list of scholarships for Vermont students to see all the awards available to you.
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