Important information from around campus
Take a look at the spring issue of Summit Magazine. In it we celebrate the many successes of the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences this year. Congrats to all!
The Spring Move Out Project (SMOP) is the biggest Burlington community-wide swap, reuse, recycle, & trash event for our off-campus students.
Physical Plant's Life Safety personnel & contractor will be testing the sprinkler systems in various buildings on our campus beginning Monday, May 20, 2019. This test consists of flowing water through the sprinkler pipe that will cause the fire alarm to activate. Where an audible announcement can be made over the fire alarm ...
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING STUDENTS! It's been a long way and it is finally here! YOU are graduating and we want to celebrate this amazing achievement with you and your family! Please request your Kente Stole and RSVP for you and your family.
The Physical Plant Department will begin its Annual Maintenance Shutdown immediately following the Commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 19 at 6:00 p.m.
Come to the UVM Bookstore during the Annual Spring Into Summer Sale! The sale is happening now until May 10th during regular store hours. The sale is also valid online (for clothing and gift items only) with the coupon code SUNSHINE.
Join over 4,000 students to learn more about the clubs and organizations that make up our UVM community on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 for our 28th annual ActivitiesFest. This event is free to attendees and open to the entire UVM community. It gives students the opportunity to see many of the different clubs and organizations on ...
We invite you to view the Spring 2019 edition of our ENGAGEMENT newsletter from the College of Education and Social Services (CESS). It's a pleasure to share exciting news about our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community partners. We are also happy to launch several new continuing education programs and other ...
On May 20th, UVM will welcome Dr. Michelle K. Smith from Cornell University who will present a talk about her research in active learning in STEM disciplines. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Read more and register on the Center for Teaching and Learning website.
The Graduate Writing Center is accepting applications through May 10 for our annual Thesis and Dissertation Jump-Start Camp, 10 to 3 pm daily May 20-23 in Howe 302.