University of Vermont

About Us

About UPB.

The UVM Program Board (UPB) is a student-lead programming organization at the University of Vermont, and is housed under Campus Programs in the Department of Student Life. UPB’s purpose is to develop and produce consistent and high quality campus programs to satisfy and reflect the diverse interests and social needs of the student body. We strive to build and strengthen the campus community by entertaining and educating students.

What kind of events has UPB done in the past? 
We pride ourselves on producing fun and creative events for UVM students. Past events have included comedians like Seth Meyers, Vanessa Bayer, and Jermaine Fowler; speakers like Laverne Cox, Frank Warren, and Olivia Gatwood; concerts featuring artists like the Head and the Heart, Vince Staples, and the Disco Biscuits; monthly/weekly events like Crafts & Snacks and Wicked Wednesday Pub Quiz. We also host Fright Week, WinterFest and so much more!

Check the UVM BORED calendar for an updated list of what's coming up!

How is UPB funded?
UPB receives its funding from student fees that are collected as part of the funding for the Davis Center. The funds are designated for programming that meets the diverse needs of the UVM community.

Who's on UPB & how do I join?
You! UPB is made up of students just like you - people who are interested in movies, music, art, comedy, and having fun! All currently and actively enrolled full time undergraduate students are eligible to apply for UPB. For info about our team and how you can get involved,  click here. 

Dudley H. Davis Center
590 Main Street Room 311
Burlington, VT 05405

Phone: (802) 656-2076