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For over three decades, the Vermont Attorney General and UVM have worked together to help Vermont consumers and businesses.  Find our consumer complaint form here.

Take a Class with Us!

In CDAE 159 (SL: CAP - Consumer Law in Action) and an expanded CDAE 259 (SL: CAPII) course, CAP students work directly with Vermonters.  In a supportive service-learning environment, CAP students assist consumers and the public through outreach and education.  CAP helps consumers and businesses resolve consumer problems through a complaint mediation service and helps connect callers to additional information and referral services.  
 
CAP IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN MAKING A DIFFERENCE 
 Students in the CAP office
  • Help Vermonters
  • Learn about state government
  • Understand consumer rights
  • Address pressing consumer issues
  • Earn course credit while completing weekly service-learning hours

CAP is in the Community Development and Applied Economics Department on campus and provides students with hands-on applied learning opportunities. 

Students may take either course as an elective credit, and if concerned the course may not count as credit toward a major/minor can ask about advisor approved electives.