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Tuition & Fees

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Around two thirds of Vassar students receive financial aid and the average Vassar scholarship award is $51,508. We are committed to making a Vassar education affordable by meeting 100% of the demonstrated financial need of all admitted students.

Tuition and Fees Overview

The total cost to attend Vassar is $85,220.



Housing and Dining




Students should anticipate budgeting $2,250 for books, supplies, personal expenses, and transportation to and from the campus. Additional information can be found on the Student Financial Services website.

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Housing and Dining

Students living on campus are required to participate in a college board plan (also known as the meal plan). For more information about housing, visit the Office of Residential Life.

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Student Activity Fee

Payment of this fee is required of all matriculated students. Student activity fees comprise the budget of the Vassar Student Association (student government) and provide funding for more than 100 student organizations and campus events.

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Student Health Insurance

All students are required to have health insurance. Health insurance is available through the College, or you may request a waiver if you already have coverage.

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