These scholarships do not require an application, but do require the student to meet the requirements for the scholarship(s).
GMC pledges to match the tuition levied by the University of Vermont for Vermont resident applicants who meet our admission standards and who enroll full-time. We want applicants to know they have the option of attending a Vermont private institution with the advantages of small classes and strong student advising, and that opportunity is not out of reach financially.
Graduates of Community College of Vermont (CCV) who meet our admissions standards and enroll full-time at GMC also qualify for the Vermont Tuition Match Scholarship, in which GMC matches the tuition levied by the University of Vermont. By working individually with CCV graduates to craft an educational plan that meets their particular needs, GMC is committed to helping CCV graduates achieve a four-year undergraduate degree.
Historically tied to the United Methodist church, the college community reflects a vital respect for spiritual valued, individual conscience, and interfaith dialog. All eligible students are awarded $2,000 annually.
Green Mountain College is located in the Vermont-New York Slate Valley, a region rich in Welsh heritage. All eligible students are awarded $2,000 annually.
This scholarship of $2,500 annually is awarded to incoming students who have had a parent/grandparent or sibling graduate from Green Mountain college. The grant is not based on need or merit.
This $5,000 per year scholarship is available to students who have already completed a minimum of 50+ hours of community service at the Food Project and 50+ hours at another registered non-profit organization at the time of application.
This $20,500 scholarship honors the indigenous peoples of the United States. It is available to all U.S. citizens who are a registered tribal member with the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Part of the affordability equation is designing personalized, career-oriented programs that allow students to complete their undergraduate degree at their convenience. With GMC’s online bachelor’s completion program students can build on college credits they have already accumulated and earn a degree at their own pace, on their own time. Holders of a two-year associate’s degree can take GMC courses to attain an undergraduate degree at one of the lowest costs per credit offered by online degree completion programs.
As set forth in its strategic plan Sustainability 2020, Green Mountain College challenges itself to strengthen community partnerships that enhance the social and economic sustainability of our region. One tangible step in this commitment is the Poultney High School Tuition Match for High School Graduates, which offers tuition to PHS graduates at a rate equal to the tuition set by Castleton State College. This means that graduates of Poultney High School who meet our admission standards and are enrolled at GMC full-time in 2015 would receive a scholarship estimated at $24,500 annually. “Poultney High School is dedicated to helping each high school student reach his or her full potential. However the cost of earning a degree is often prohibitive for many students who could succeed in a college setting,” said Poultney High School Principal Tom Fitzgerald. “Programs like this will help narrow the affordability gap for our students.”