How can I get books before I get to campus?
Books and supplies are available at the UVM Bookstore. http://uvmbookstore.uvm.edu/
Can I bring my car to UVM? How do I park on campus?
You can bring your car to campus. Commuting, parking, and transportation services including campus maps and parking permits are all available at UVM Transportation and Parking Services. http://www.uvm.edu/~tpswww/
How will I get my grades? Will I get a tuition bill?
Access to your grades, financial, and payment information are available on your My UVM portal. https://myuvm.uvm.edu/cp/home/displaylogin
How do I know where my class will be held?
MY UVM also allows you to check or schedule your room assignment. https://myuvm.uvm.edu/cp/home/displaylogin
Will I need an ID card?
All visiting students will be issued an ID card. We call them The UVM Catcard, but that is your summer college ID and here is how you can get one. http://www.uvm.edu/~catcard/
What if I’ve never taken a class at UVM before?
If you are not a current UVM student and are visiting from another college, you need to pre-register in order to get a UVM ID/CATcard. http://learn.uvm.edu/register/
I need special accommodations for learning or physical access to class. Can you help?
UVM ACCESS provides disability accommodations and educational learning support. http://www.uvm.edu/access/
How do I find out the “rules” at UVM?
Review alcohol, drug, and other UVM policies. http://www.uvm.edu/policies/?Page=alphalist.php
Will is use the UVM library?
Most courses, whether online or on campus, will require use of the UVM Library. http://library.uvm.edu/
What if I have questions about what class is right for me or my major?
We invite you to talk with an academic advisor. http://www.uvm.edu/~summer/info/contact/
After I’ve registered, what steps are next?
Check the checklist of what to do before classes begin. http://learn.uvm.edu/?Page=before_class.html
What is Burlington like in the summer?
Learn more about Burlington, Vermont. http://learn.uvm.edu/international-students/about-burlington-vermont/
Learn more about Continuing Education’s programs to help bridge gaps between majors, to complete a bachelor’s degree, or to bridge a bachelor degree to a graduate program. http://www.uvm.edu/academics/catalogue2012-13/?Page=read.php&p=/Colleges_and_Schools/Continuing_Education&SM=collegemenu.html
How do I contact Continuing Education?
Use current contact page: http://www.uvm.edu/~summer/info/contact/