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Housing and Meals

Housing and Meals during Summer Bridge Program

MarshAustinTupperDesignated Residence Hhall

All USPP students will be staying in Marsh-Austin-Tupper (MAT) for the duration of the Summer Bridge program. Marsh-Austin-Tupper is on UVM's Athletic Campus, just minutes from UVM's athletic facilities and the Simpson-Mason Dining facilities.

Rooms

Marsh-Austin-Tupper is a traditional residence hall. You will be assigned to a double-occupancy room, approximately 3.5 meters x 4.7 meters in size. Your room will contain two beds, two desks, two chairs, two dressers, and two wardrobes. We will provide your bed with sheets, a pillowcase, a blanket and a comforter. To view a virtual room tour go to: https://reslife.uvm.edu/halls.

Bathrooms

Each floor has a shared bathroom. Bathrooms are cleaned regularly by UVM’s housekeeping staff.

Roommates

You will be assigned a roommate from the USPP program for the duration of the Summer Bridge program.

Meals

The Simpson-Mason hall will be your primary dining facility during the Summer Bridge program. Simpson-Mason is just minutes from Marsh-Austin-Tupper, and is open for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Kitchens

There is one kitchen in the Marsh-Austin-Tupper commons.

Cost for Summer Housing & Meals

The cost of your residence hall room and dining hall meals is included in your fee for the Summer Bridge program.

Housing after Summer Bridge

Your residence hall room for the fall semester will be determined during the Summer Bridge program. You will be presented with several residence hall and meal plan options, and you will fill out a Housing & Meal Plan Contract in which you will indicate your preferences. You will be notified of your fall semester housing assignment via your UVM e-mail account in mid-August. Assignments will be made based on your preferences, although UVM cannot guarantee your first choice of residence halls. USPP students will be guaranteed on-campus housing for the duration of their stay at UVM, provided you do not 'give up their space' by moving off campus.

Living Off Campus

All University of Vermont students are required to live on campus during their first and sophomore years. As a USPP student, you will be required to live on campus your sophomore year, which is your first year at UVM. You may choose to find off-campus housing after your first year at UVM. About off-campus living.

Students will move to the fall housing at the end of the Summer Bridge program.

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