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Adding and Importing Campus Calendars

UVM has several calendars that you can add, subscribe to, or download and import into your personal UVM calendar. This guide details the different methods, alongside links to the commonly requested calendars.

Resource Calendar WebCal Subscription
Administrative Closures UVM Administrative Closures UVM Admin Closures
Academic Calendar
UVM Academic Calendar
UVM Academic Calendar
Interfaith Calendar UVM Interfaith Calendar UVM Interfaith Calendar

Resource Calendar: A dedicated exchange calendar that is dynamically updated. Recommended when possible.
WebCal Subscription: A dynamically updated calendar that you can subscribe and view as a standalone calendar in Outlook, available to external users and accounts.

Adding a Calendar from the Directory

Recommended

This is the most straightforward to add a calendar, and calendars added this way are dynamically updated.

Outlook for Windows

  1. In Outlook Calendar, click Open Calendar and select the Open Shared Calendar dropdown.
  2. Search for and select the UVM Administrative closures OR UVM Academic Calendar calendars, then click OK.
  3. Click the checkbox next to the newly added calendar in the left sidebar to view it.

Outlook for Mac

  1. In Outlook Calendar, select Open Shared Calendar from the ribbon.
  2. Search for and select the UVM Academic Calendar OR UVM Administrative Closures calendars, then click Open.
  3. You should now see the calendar in your left

Resource Calendar in From: Field

Due to a necessary configuration of the Resource Calendar, it may appear in the From: field in Outlook. You will be unable to send email as this account, and can safely disregard the address.

Outlook for the Web (OWA)

  1. Click the Add calendar option on the calendar view’s menu bar, and select From Directory.
  2. Enter UVM Academic Calendar OR UVM Administrative Closures into the From Directory field, then click on the desired calendar.
  3. Click Open.

Adding an Internet Calendar as a subscription

As a subscription, these calendars will update automatically when changes are made to UVM’s academic calendar. This method will not appear on your calendar when someone tries to book a meeting with you. 

Outlook for Windows

There are two options for adding a subscription based internet calendar to Outlook for Windows.

Add from the web:

  1. Click the link for the Internet Calendar you want to subscribe to from the section above.
  2. You may be prompted to choose a program to open the link. Select Outlook.

Add from within Outlook:

  1. Copy the address of the link to the Internet calendar you wish to subscribe to (not the .ics download link), using the right-click function of your browser. The links are in the top section of this article.
  2. In Outlook, click File.
  3. Click Account Settings.
  4. Click the Internet Calendars tab, then click New
  5. Paste the address of the Internet calendar.  

Internet Calendar subscriptions can be managed in the Account Settings Window. Internet Calendar subscriptions are checked periodically for updates.

Outlook for Mac

You cannot add internet calendar subscriptions from within the user interface of Outlook for Mac, due to limitations of the software. Follow the instructions below using Outlook for the Web to add your Internet Calendar subscription. The subscribed calendar will then appear in Outlook for Mac.

Outlook for the Web (OWA)

  1. Copy the address of the Internet calendar link above (not the .ics download link), using the right-click or press-and-hold function of your browser.
  2. Click the Add Calendar option on the calendar view’s menu bar, and select From Internet
  3. Paste the address of the Internet calendar in the Link to the calendar field. Add a name and click the Save button.
  4. The Internet calendar should appear in the left side of the window under Other calendars.

 

 

Updated on January 14, 2021

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