How do I know what group is right for me?
Being a member of a student organization enriches your years at the University of Vermont in many ways. The good friends and good times help transform what is sometimes a large overwhelming institution into a place you can call "home". Student organizations also give you opportunities to explore new interests, develop skills, enhance your academic program and have an impact on the University community. You may want to get involved, but with over 200 organizations on campus, you may wonder how to find the best group for you.
To find a group that fits your needs and interests, you may want to begin by asking yourself a few of these questions:
- What's Important To Me? Should I be in a group that relates to my major or career choice? Shall I continue an interest from high school?
- What Kind Of Groups Are There? What kind of activities do I want to do?
The Dept. of Student Life puts on the ActivitiesFest on the front lawn of the Davis Student Center. ActivitiesFest will give you the opportunity to meet representatives from over 150 student organizations and university departments. Call 802-656-2060 to find out the Fall date and time.
Last modified September 26 2011 02:47 PM