Tuition, Fees, District Support, Financial Aid and Refunds

 

Tuition and Fees for the Principal Intern Program 2017-2018

 

Tuition and Fees:

Total cost to program completion:

License Pathways

Credits

2018 Total

Application Fee

 

$40

Enrollment Fee

 

$150

Principal Intern Program

24

$15,600

Total

24

$15,790

 

Tuition for the Curriculum & Assessment Specialization

The Curriculum & Assessment Specialization is an enhancement to the Principal Intern Program that leads to licensure as a Curriculum Director in the State of Vermont. Required credits and cost to completion vary depending on the program pathway.

Total cost to program completion (PIP Concurrent + Curriculum & Assessment Specialization):

License Pathways

Credits

2018 Total

Application Fee

 

$40

Enrollment Fee Principal Intern Program

 

$150

Principal Intern Program

24

$15,600

Curriculum & Assessment Specialization

3

$1,950

Total

27

$17,740

 

Curriculum & Assessment Specialization for PIP Graduates Class of 2016 and later:

C & A Specalization

Credits

2018 Total

Total

4

$2,600

 

 

Curriculum & Assessment Specialization for PIP Graduates Class of 2015 and prior:

C & A Specialization

Credits

2018 Total

Total

5

$3,250

 

District Support

In a school district where a principal intern is currently employed as a teacher, guidance counselor, acting principal, etc. and has received the support of the district for training and licensure as a school leader, arrangements may be made for the district to subsidize all or part of the tuition costs and/or to continue the principal intern at full or part-time salary while they complete the program.  Interns are often asked by the district to commit themselves to serve the district for a period of time in exchange for this support.  Other interns are able to apply for a sabbatical leave for the year in which they are enrolled in the internship.  More information on such options is available at Pathways to School Leadership.

You can also speak with your district's superintendent about funds that will be forthcoming from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) for staff development.

Financial Aid

The financial aid begins with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (the FAFSA). We recommend applying online at the FAFSA website, www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to list UVEI's school code, 034373, in the appropriate space on the application. After your application has been processed, UVEI will receive the Student Aid Report and will work with each intern to help make UVEI program financially feasible.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

For complete information about our cancellation and refund policy, see pages 88-89 in the Academic Handbook and Candidate Catalog.