DEPARTMENT OF RESIDENTIAL LIFE
The Department of Residential Life (a.k.a. ResLife) handles all aspects of the on-campus housing for UVM students, including the completion of their Housing and Meal Plan Contract and Housing Assignments.
STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES
Student Financial Services handles all University financial questions - including those relating to Loans, Financial Aid, Tuition, and Billing.
CENTER FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING
The Center for Health & Wellbeing offers a wide range of services to support student's minds, bodies, and souls while at UVM by providing high quality, prevention-oriented student health care, mental health services, and a vigorous program of outreach and education. They are responsible for receiving student health forms prior to arriving on campus.
OFFICE OF TRANSFER AFFAIRS
After being admitted to the University of Vermont, the Office of Transfer Affairs will complete credit evaluations to determine how your existing credits will transfer. This not only goes for Transfer students but also for incoming First-Year students who have taken college-level courses that are being applied to their academic career at UVM.
COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
UVM is made up of seven colleges and schools (academic units) that students are admitted to based on their initial application to the university and their major selection. These colleges and school manage the academic life of UVM students.
Contacts: Please refer to this list of our academic unit websites for further information:
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
College of Education and Social Services
College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Grossman School of Business
Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
Student accessibility services
Student Accessibility Services provides accommodations to students with documented disabilities. Among our programs and services, SAS offers: exam accommodations, meetings with Accessibility Specialists to receive advisement and advocacy around disability-related matters, ebooks, deaf and hard of hearing services, notetaking and adaptive technology.
DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE
The Dean of Students Office partners with academic units, University departments, and families who are concerned about a student’s experience at UVM. The Dean's office works to ensure that UVM students are healthy, successful and engaged during their time on campus.
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION
Parking and Transportation Services handles commuting resources, parking services, and transportation for UVM. They're the folks to contact regarding where (and how) to park on campus and how to get around on and off campus whether it is by foot, bike, or shuttle.
The CATcard Service Center handles all things relating to your student ID card, also known as your CATcard, which grants you access to residence halls, the library, the fitness center, and other buildings on campus. They also maintain UVM's prepaid debit account service called CAT$cratch, which works with your CATcard and can be used at a number of on- and off-campus locations.
Dining Services at the University of Vermont handles the wide variety of food locations available across campus, as well as students' meal plans.
Phone: (802) 656-4664
Office of Student Life
Whether it's developing amazing leaders, creating campus programing opportunities, or helping our students build a lasting network with their peers - Student Life wants you to get involved, connected, and to make the most out of your UVM experience.
Phone: (802) 656-2060