Wondering how your credits will transfer? Have questions about what the Transfer Credit process looks like? The Office of Transfer Affairs is committed to making transferring to UVM a positive experience. If you plan on attending the Orientation Program, make sure you transfer your credits beforehand.
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Curious what your schedule will look like at Orientation? Want to keep track of everything on your to-do list? Use our app to meet your Orientation Leaders, connect with classmates, view your Orientation schedule, find your way around campus and manage your to-do list!
At Orientation you will be able to meet with staff from your academic unit in person to discuss course selection as you prepare for your first semester at UVM .
Course registration occurs online through the myUVM Student Portal. You are welcome to register for classes PRIOR to attengng Orientation, which can be done by contacting your school's student support services office to connect with an advisor.
College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
(802) 656-2980 | Visit Website
College of Arts & Sciences
(802) 656-3344 | Visit Website
College of Education & Social Services
(802) 656-3468 | Visit Website
College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences
(802) 656-3392 | Visit Website
College of Nursing & Health Sciences
(802) 656-3858 | Visit Website
Grossman School of Business
(802) 656-4015 | Visit Website
Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
(802) 656-4280 | Visit Website
MATH READINESS TEST
All students are required to take the Math Readiness Test prior to Orientation (you won’t be able to register for any classes if you haven’t taken the test). Do not use a calculator or any reference materials, and do not get help during the test. We need to know your capabilities so we can advise you at course registration.
Approximate time: 45 minutes (20 questions)
FOREIGN LANGUAGE PLACEMENT (FLP) TEST
Students interested in studying any level of French, German, or Spanish must complete the Foreign Language Placement Test prior to Orientation (even if you have never taken a course in the language). Students who do not take the FLP will be disenrolled from any language course they register for.
Approximate time: 20 minutes
Course registration will be much easier (and quicker too!) if you have looked over degree requirements, course descriptions, majors and minors on your college’s website prior to Orientation. At Orientation you will have skilled staff and faculty members on hand to guide you through course registration, so being familiar with the options will enrich that experience.