Admission to UVM’s Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC)To become enrolled in the University of Vermont’s Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC), prospective students must apply to both the University of Vermont and the CRC. The CRC seeks applicants that are dedicated to recovery and academics without regard to race, creed, disability, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, or age. The qualifications for acceptance into the CRC are as follows:
- Acceptance into UVM by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions
- Acceptance into the CRC by the Director of the Collegiate Recovery Community
- Acceptance into CRC Housing (optional) by the Director of the Collegiate Recovery Community
- Documentation of participation/completion in most recent treatment program (IOP, in-patient, 12 step, therapy, faith-based, etc.)
- A commitment to sobriety as evidenced by working a healthy recovery program for a minimum of six months
- Agreement to abide by CRC policies while enrolled in the CRC
If you have questions, wish to set up an interview, or go on a tour of our facilities, please visit contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Vermont looks for students with intelligence and character. It seeks people who can benefit from and contribute to their community, the College community, and the community at large. Selection of students for the University of Vermont is based upon careful consideration of each candidate's academic achievement, personal qualities and interests, participation in activities and employment, and potential for development as a student and as a graduate of UVM. The University selects students on individual merit without regard to race, creed, disability, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, or age. For information, please visit the UVM Undergraduate Admissions page.
To apply to the CRC: http://www.uvm.edu/recoverycommunity/CRCapplication.pdf
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