Cost of attendance varies by graduate program. SIT Graduate Institute provides guidance for students through its Financial Aid office. Student generally fund their SIT education using a combination of resources, including:
- SIT scholarships
- Federal and private student loans
- International Work Opportunity
- Scholarships from external sources
- Personal and family funds
US students and permanent residents also may apply for federal student loans and international applicants are eligible for specially designated financial aid funds administrated by SIT. Find out more about our Financial Aid options and services.
- Financial Aid for US citizens and permanent residents
- Financial Aid for International Students
- Scholarships and Grants
SIT has affiliations with Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, City Year, WorldTeach, Greenpeace, Oxfam, among others. These affiliations offer tuition benefits..
For tuition and costs of specific degrees, visit each degree's web page:
Masters Degree Programs
- Master of Arts in Climate Change and Global Sustainability
- Master of Arts in International Education (Online with Short Residencies)
- Master of Arts in TESOL (online with Vermont residencies)
- Conflict Transformation Across Cultures (CONTACT) Summer Peacebuilding Program (Brattleboro, Vermont)
- Graduate Certificate in International Education (online with short residency in Vermont)
SIT’s Financial Aid Office provides guidance on all aspects of funding your degree throughout the application process and during your degree program. We are dedicated to providing financial aid to as many students as possible and to ensuring our students have the information they need to successfully access funding for their graduate education.
If you have questions please contact:
SIT Financial Aid Office
Tel: 802 258-3281
Tel: 800 336-1616 (toll-free in US)
Fax: 802 258-3500