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Tuition and Financial Aid

Your education is an important investment in your future, and who you learn from matters. Many options are available to you when paying for your Middlebury Institute degree, including loans, employer tuition reimbursement, military benefits for veterans and their dependents, and federal financial aid.

We are committed to helping you find the best way to finance your education and leading you through the process. Our Student Financial Services team is ready to help you determine your financial aid eligibility and advise you on how to move forward with other options. Explore our tuition and financial aid information below.

For more information, contact Student Financial Services at

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Financial Aid Resources for Online Students

Students use a variety of options when paying for school. Here are just a few that you can explore.


U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and other eligible noncitizens applying for a degree-seeking program must submit the FAFSA®. Our FAFSA® school code is 001241.

Employer Reimbursement

Many employers help cover the costs of your professional development, so we encourage you to contact the human resources department to take advantage of any tuition benefits available to you.

Student Loans

Federal financial aid and/or private education loans can help pay your Middlebury Institute tuition and living expenses.

Military Benefits

To assist U.S. military veterans with their educational goals, we participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which guarantees full tuition benefits for up to 75 eligible veterans each academic year.

Employer Tuition Reimbursement

You may be able to use employer benefits to help pay for your education. If you’re unsure of your company’s policy, we encourage you to contact your human resources department to learn more.

Benefits of a Middlebury Institute Online Education

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Are you looking to estimate your total out-of-pocket cost, including tuition and financial aid? Our tuition calculator can help.*

At the Middlebury Institute, we’re committed to offering affordable, accessible, and high-quality online degree programs. We also believe in transparency, avoiding hidden costs whenever possible.*

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*The Tuition Calculator is based on programmatic information provided by the Middlebury Institute and information you provide. All financial calculations should be taken as potential estimations and not actuals. These figures do not include additional fees and expenses (e.g., textbooks, technology fees, supplies, etc.). The use of this calculator is not an application for admission or financial aid. Please consult with an admissions team member to get a more accurate sense of total tuition or request additional information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Explore our FAQ page to find answers to questions you may have about the online programs.

You can start the FAFSA® form. Middlebury Institute’s FAFSA® code is 001241.

You’ll set up your employer as a third party payer in our Nelnet payment system.

To assist veterans and their families with their educational goals, we participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which guarantees full tuition benefits for up to 75 eligible veterans each academic year. For more information, contact Student Financial Services at

Yes. Financial aid may be used for textbooks and cost-of-living expenses if you are enrolled at least half time, which is 6 or more credits each term. All information regarding financial assistance can be found here.

Transfer credits vary by program. To learn more, review the details of the program in which you want to enroll.

The Bursar may set up a payment plan on a case-by-case basis. For more information, contact Student Financial Services at

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