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Consumer Disclosures HEOA

University of Vermont Consumer Information for Prospective and Current Students and the Public (Higher Education Opportunity Act Disclosures)

Note:  This site is frequently modified, please check back often for newly added content.

This website serves to provide a single access site for information regarding certain disclosure requirements of the the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), as amended, and its implementing regulations.

This site contains information on the following topics:

  1. General Institutional Information

  2.  Financial Assistance Information and Related Policies

  3. Health and Safety Information

  4. Student Outcomes

  5. Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data

  6. Teacher Preparation Program Report 

  7. Voter Registration

1. General Institutional Information

Academic Programs:
Undergraduate Catalogue:
Graduate Catalogue:


Individual Academic Programs:

For additional information on specific program accrediting processes please contact the Dean's Office of the School or College the program resides in.

Career Services:

College Navigator:

Complaint Procedure:

Computer Use/File Sharing/Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions:
Computer, Communication,  and Network Technology Acceptable Use Policy:

Peer to Peer File Sharing/Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions:

Equal Opportunity in Educational Programs and Activities and Non-Harassment Policy:
The University's policy prohibiting discrimination in it's educational programs and actives and prohibiting harassment in accordance with state and federal law.

Facilities/Services for Students with Disabilities:

Facilities- Instructional:
Campus Map:

Undergraduate Faculty:
Graduate Faculty:

Student Diversity:
Fall 2014 Student Body Diversity:
Pell Grant Summary:

Net Price Calculator:

Planned Improvements to Academic Programs:
Academic Program Improvements:
Proposals for additions, deletions or substantial revisions to academic programs must be approved by the Curricular Affairs Committee of the Faculty Senate, see:

Price of Attendance:

Privacy of Student Records - FERPA:

Refund and Withdrawal Information:
Refund and Bill Adjustment Policy:
Details located at:

Withdrawal Information:
Academic Withdrawal return of Title IV funds in FA Handbook:
Medical Withdrawal Policy:

Student Activities:

Textbook Information:
Note :  The online schedule of courses ( ) links to the UVM Bookstore's textbook information.  Textbook information is organized by UVM Course Title, Section Number and Instructor, and the information provided regarding textbooks includes Title, Author, Edition, ISBN # and pricing information.

Title IX Coordinator:
Jes Kraus, Executive Director for Human Resource Services and Affirmative Action

Office of Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity
428 Waterman Building
Burlington, VT 05405
(802) 656-3368
Also see:

Transfer of Credit Policy/Articulation Agreements:
Transfer of Credit Policy:

Articulation Agreements:

2.  Financial Assistance Information and Related Policies

Notice of Availability of Financial Aid:

Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information:

Assistance Available from Federal, State, Local and Institutional Programs:

Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations:

Terms and Conditions of Accepting UVM Financial Aid Award:

Academic Progress and Financial Aid Eligibility:

Study Abroad and Financial Aid:

Student Loan Information:
Initial Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers:

Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers:

For Institutional or Federal Perkins Loans:

For Federal Direct Stafford and Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans:

Code of Conduct for Education Loans:

State Grant Assistance:

Preferred Lender Information - UVM does not have any Preferred Lender Arrangements

3. Health and Safety Information

Alcohol and Drug Policies and Support Resources:
Student Alcohol and Other Drug Policy:

Alcohol and Drug Support Services for Students:

Drug-Free Workplace Policy:

Alcohol - Faculty and Staff Policy:

Alcohol and Drug Support Resources for Employees:

Public Safety Report and related Policies:
The annual Public Safety Report (Clery Report) provides detailed information about campus safety policies and crime statistics, including statistics on the types of crimes committed by category, a description of programs to inform current and prospective students and employees about the prevention of crimes, and various policy statements.

A copy of the Public Safety Report may be obtained by downloading the document at the link below or by contacting University Police Services: (802) 656-2027

Campus Safety and Security: Clery Act Policy:

Missing Student Policy:

Emergency Management Policy:

Fire Safety Report and Policy:
The annual Fire Safety Report contains information about the campus fire safety practices and standards and provides data on any fires that may have occurred in on-campus housing facilities .

Fire Safety Report:

A copy of the Fire Safety Report may be requested by contacting the University's Department of Risk Management and Safety: (802) 656-3242

Fire Safety Policy:

Sexual Conduct Education and Resources:

Vaccination/Immunization Requirements:

4. Student Outcomes

Retention Rate:

Graduation Rates:

Intercollegiate Athletics Graduation Rates:

Post Graduate Survey (Placement in Employment, Job Placement, and Graduate and Professional Education):

Vermont State Licensure Requirements
College of Education and Social Services Programs:

School of Engineering - See Professional Licensure information at:

College of Nursing and Health Sciences:
Communication Sciences and Disorders M.S. Program: 
Radiation Therapy B.S. Program:
Nuclear Medicine Technology B.S. Program:
Athletic Training B.S. Program:
Physical Therapy Doctorate Program:
Nursing B.S. Program:
Master's Entry Program in Nursing:

5. Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data:

The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act requires co-educational institutions of postsecondary education that participate in a Title IV federal student financial assistance program and have an intercollegiate athletic program, to prepare an annual report to the Department of Education.  This report includes information on athletic participation, staffing, and revenues and expenses.  

Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data Report:
A copy of this report may be requested by contacting Jeffrey Schulman, Associate Athletics Director, at  or (802) 656-3075.

6. Teacher Preparation Program Report

State of Vermont Report (inclusive of University of Vermont information) is available at:

To request a copy of UVM's Teacher Preparation Program Report, please contact Dr. DeMethra LaSha Bradley at:

7. Voter Registration

The Office of Federal, State and Community Relations sends an electronic notice to all enrolled students  that includes an internet address where voter registration forms may be downloaded prior to the deadline for registering to vote for all Federal and State elections.  Voter Registration Forms may also be downloaded at:

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