UVM offers a peak academic experience that translates to student success. With seven undergraduate colleges and schools, a graduate college, a college of medicine, an honors college, continuing education and extension programs, UVM's academic programs offer breadth, depth and variety -- and on an intimate scale. UVM is a close-knit community of scholars, scientists and artists (average undergraduate class size: 30), but its intimate culture is invigorated by the resources of a premier research university.

Academic Programs

Explore our offerings -- 100 bachelor's programs, 46 master's programs, 21 doctoral programs, an M.D. program and four pre-professional options (pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-vet, pre-law).

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Colleges and Schools

Undergraduate students focus their studies in one of our seven colleges and schools. In addition, the Honors College offers an academically heightened environment for some of the university's most outstanding undergraduates. The Graduate College administers all graduate programs while the College of Medicine is one of the oldest and most respected medical schools in the nation.

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Continuing and Distance

Each year, thousands of non-traditional, non-degree students in Vermont and the Northeast continue their education by pursuing degrees, planning career changes or obtaining professional development.

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Courses and Academic Calendars

Learn about course offerings and when to register, explore official policies, note the first day of classes or add/drop deadline, and more.

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Academic Support

While it's true that your UVM experience is largely what you make of it, the university community wants to play a supporting role in your success. Experienced professionals are available to help -- just ask for it.

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Libraries and Technology

UVM's libraries are well-loved, well-used resources by students and community members.

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UVM Stories

Austin Grant in laboratory
Civil engineering student conducting research on turning wastewater into bioplastic
Bernard Palmer
N.Y.C. public schools leader
Summer internship with DigitasLBi
Eric Lipton
New York Times reporter, two-time Pulitzer winner
Nathan Gasek in front  of microscope
Funded undergraduate researcher
Sophia Hoffacker
Environmental studies and political science double major, winner of prestigious national scholarship
Frances Iannucci rowing boat
Honors student, conducted summer research in Mongolia
Chemistry major, winner of prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

Updates from UVM's Career Center