What's it like here? It's an intimate and diverse community of thinkers and doers. It's a bustling campus with something always going on. It's an outdoor paradise located in one of America's best college towns. At UVM, we're balanced in mind, body and spirit because UVM students seek out opportunities for work, service and play.

Student Life

It's not just where you learn -- it's where you sleep, eat and play. And there's something for everyone.

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Student Involvement

High energy and commitment characterize every aspect of life at UVM. Our 200+ campus clubs and organizations pair with student passions for service, sports, arts, community and beyond. In fact, more than 80% of UVM students are involved in a club or org.

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Academic and Career Support

Support is in place to make sure your academic experience is rich, well-rounded, and that you're poised for every kind of success after graduation.

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Athletics and Fitness

UVM is one of the country's most active and health-minded campuses. (Outside magazine ranks us #9 in its list of the top 25 colleges for its readers.)

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Campus Events and the Arts

Get the lowdown on all that our campus has to offer -- from the hottest bands to visiting artists and speakers. From seminars on study abroad to half-price burger night. It's all going on.

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Health, Wellbeing and Safety

UVM students are most whole in the classroom when they're healthy and safe. UVM's health resources were created with your well-being in mind.

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UVM Stories

A summer working with the large cows, UVM CREAM program
Accelerated master’s in pharmacology student, women’s ice hockey defenseman
Health sciences major, interest in end-of-life care and the field of gerontology
Pre-med student breaking track and field records
Global business marketing major, graduating to work at Lego
Environmental sciences major heading to Stanford Law
Briana Martin (left) working with Urmila Chhetri '21 in the TRIO Student Support Services Office at the University of Vermont.
Received Fulbright award to pursue a graduate degree in social work
Researching Vermont's stressed moose population
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