VSAC will be closed Wednesday, November 25 at 10 a.m. through Friday, November 27, 2020 in observance of Thanksgiving.
Blog Archive: Student Aid Options
Meet VSAC’s early-bird deadline for scholarship applications so you can find out! VSAC’s annual booklet, Scholarships for Vermonters, contains information on more than 140 scholarships available to Vermont residents, and we want to encourage you to apply early.
An hour of your time could = $1,000 (or more) for college or training. But to be considered, you need to apply. Here’s how.
When 18-year-old Hawa Abdi was 2 years old, her parents made the deci
October is the kickoff of the financial aid season, which means it’s time to do your FAFSA.
Abdimajiid Mohamed is in search of total bliss when it comes to career planning … among other things.
K-6 students in VT: Draw us a picture of a job you’d like to explore for a chance at free takeout & $200 (or more!) in VT’s 529 savings plan
For each of the next 5 weeks, 2 students and their families will win $50 in takeout from their favorite local restaurant or food business.
Planning for the future can be difficult these days, with so much in question.
Megan Rippie, who graduated from Milton High School this spring, has always been a mentor and support for her brother, who is two years younger and on the autism spectrum.
For many students (and their parents), attending college this fall — whether that means online or on campus — likely involves taking out an education loan to help cover the tuition bill and other expenses. Nearly 7 out of 10 Vermont families need to borrow to help pay education costs.
Dr. Cody Paiva, a 2009 graduate of Blue Mountain Union High School in Wells River and a 2020 medical degree recipient from Pacific Northwest University in Yakima, Washington, was once his mother’s boss at McDonald’s.