High school students are invited to take courses for college credit at UVM. Our entry-level courses – ranging from Art History to Wildlife Biology – are appropriate for students under 18, and UVM’s small class sizes are perfect for interacting with faculty.
UVM’s Summer Academy is a four-week, residential or commuter program open to high school juniors and seniors. Summer Academy gives you the opportunity to learn what college life is like first-hand while getting a head start on your college career.
High school students have an opportunity to travel to Dublin, Ireland this July with UVM’s faculty and staff. Students will learn about the history of Ireland while exploring the vibrant culture of this celebrated European City.
The nation’s smallest big city
Burlington, VT: Have it all, every day.
Students often say that when it comes to Burlington, it was love at first sight. Burlington is one of America’s most beautiful and liveliest small cities (population: 40,000), and it charms with its proximity to Vermont’s idyllic countryside.
The state’s “human scale” offers UVM students unique opportunities to get involved and gain essential experience. Burlington is revered for its arts, healthy lifestyle, outdoor fun and safety by sources ranging from The Princeton Review and The New York Times (Read “36 Hours in Burlington, Vt.”) to Outside and Travel + Leisure magazines. Visiting, touring, getting around Burlington and/or sign up for a UVM campus tour.