Kaylee Boutin (She/her) graduated from Castleton University in 2020 with a B.S. in Health Science and minors in Biology and Psychology. Kaylee joined the CALS Dean’s Office in mid-September of 2022 after working in the healthcare industry as a chiropractic assistant. While at Castleton University, Kaylee had the opportunity to work with incoming college students aiding in their transition from high school to college. It is her passion for seeing students succeed that brought her to the University of Vermont.
Kaylee currently serves as the Student Service Specialist at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. She works to support the academic programming for the college by assisting with block course scheduling, catalog changes, CALS scholarship applications, and change of major/minor forms, as well as coordinating advising surveys and course evaluations. She consistently interacts with students, families, faculty, and staff to address questions and concerns related to academic programs.
She works with the associate dean to coordinate college events and activities such as First Year Orientation, Fall Open Houses, and Admitted Student Visit Days. Kaylee’s goal is to make every student feel supported and to make sure all students have the ability to achieve success throughout their academic journeys.