SIT Graduate Institute

Brattleboro, VT | Washington, DC


Vermont Housing

On-Campus Housing in Vermont

DormSIT offers private rooms to all students living on campus in Vermont. Room sizes may vary slightly, but all include a bed, desk, closet, bureau, mini refrigerator, and shared bathrooms. On-campus students are also required to participate in the campus dining plan.

Dining services for on-campus residents

All students who live on campus may choose our full-time meal plan. This includes three meals per day on weekday, and two meals per day on Saturday and Sunday. Meal plans may be used for all food prepared and served in the Servery including entrees, sides, deli bar, salad bar, soups, desserts, bulk cereal, fruit, and beverages from the dispensers. One meal consists of as many choices as you would like to take on one visit through the Servery. This meal plan also includes $50 FLEX dollars.

FLEX Dollars

FLEX dollars are a convenient way to purchase additional items with your meal or between meal times. They may also be used to purchase items al a carte from the Servery, or any product from the Burrow, SIT’s new C-Store.

Off-Campus Housing in Vermont

BrattleboroSIT’s housing office maintains a list of off-campus housing opportunities in Brattleboro and the surrounding area. Please email David Finck directly at for the most up-to-date list of apartment rentals and shared living opportunities.

Dining services for off-campus residents

There are two block meal plans available. These plans have a set number of meals that can be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner anytime throughout the semester. Each plan includes a FLEX amount.

  • 50-Block Meal Plan includes 50 meals during the semester with $10 FLEX dollars. The cost for this plan is $375.
  • 25-Block Meal Plan includes 25 meals throughout the course of the semester with $5 FLEX dollars. The cost of this plan is $200.