University of Vermont

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Academic Policies and General Information

Admitted Undergraduate Student Information


All entering first-year students are required to attend a two-day orientation session in June. For more information, please refer to Orientation .


First-time, first-year and second-year students are required to live in on-campus housing. For more information, visit Residential Life.

Class Registration

The academic advisor at Orientation helps prepare the first semester class schedule. First-year students entering fall semester register for classes at June Orientation. First-year students entering in the spring and transfer students entering either semester meet with an academic advisor at an Orientation session and may need to formally register for classes at that time.


Immunization and health history forms are sent directly to newly-admitted students and are due in the Center for Health and Well-being Student Health/Medical Clinic by June 30 of the year of entry. Vermont state law requires proof of two doses of live measles vaccine after the student's first birthday.