Moving to a new country is a tough process for everyone. We want to make your transition as easy as possible and we have created this page to answer questions you may have, help you find important local services, and familiarize yourself with Burlington. For further information or help with any of these processes, contact the Office of International Education.
Burlington is a great place to live. We hope that during your time here, you will explore many of the things that Burlington has to offer. By exploring and getting involved on campus and in the community, Burlington will start to feel like home. Here are some ideas of where to start.
It is very easy to walk around campus and downtown. Burlington has a wonderful public transportation system and you can ride for free with your UVM CatCard. Here are useful resources for getting around.
Spiritual and Religious Life
Some scholars come to Burlington and wish to be involved in a religious group. Burlington and the neighboring towns have many options for worship that include Buddhist centers, Christian churches, a Hindu temple, an Islamic society and Jewish temples. UVM’s Interfaith Center maintains a list of contact information for many houses of worship. UVM’s Interfaith Center maintains a list of contact information for many houses of worship. The Interfaith Center also hosts many events each semester to help people explore faith and spirituality. Visit the Interfaith Center online or in person to learn more.