To make or change reservations for June Orientation, visit the Orientation Reservation System.
Orientation is your formal introduction to The University of Vermont. During Orientation, you will be housed in one of our residence halls and participate in group discussions, individual meetings with advisors, various workshops, presentations by professors, and informal conversations with your new classmates.
You will also learn more about campus life—what UVM students do beyond the classroom, the organizations to which they belong, how they engage in the Burlington community, where they study, and what they do for fun.
For more information about June Orientation, click on the links below:
- June Orientation Sessions
Each college has certain set of June Orientation sessions which you can register for. Plan ahead by checking the dates for the school you've been admitted to!
- Orientation Program Overview
Tours, Sessions, Barbeque dinner - Get the rundown of what you (and your parents, if choose to join us) will be doing when you visit campus in June.
Arrival and Check-In
Chances are you're not super familliar with our campus quite yet. If you've got questions about where to go when you arrive, when (and where) to check-in, or even what to do if you need to arrive early - we've got some answers!
Disability Services and Accommodations
Orientation is committed to welcoming all first year students and their families. If you or your family needs accommodations the University has countless services that can help you out.
Preparing to Attend
- What to Bring
You're bringing yourself, and maybe you're bringing your parents but what else will you need for Orientation?
- Travel and Accommodations
The logistics of traveling to a new place can be stressful - but Burlington is jam-packed with tons of great, accessible, and affordable travel accomidations for you and your family during your visit!