Prospective Students | Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources | The University of Vermont(title)

The Rubenstein School has a distinguished reputation for preparing environmentally and socially responsible leaders—scientists, practitioners, and advocates who understand the interdependence of people and healthy ecological systems.

Rubenstein School students have access to expert faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, a diverse network of research partners, and the amazing living laboratory surrounding UVM. 

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Our Majors

Our interdisciplinary curriculum blends natural and social science in five undergraduate programs.

Undergraduate Programs

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More about our facilities

Experiential Learning


Students are given opportunities for high-impact engagement through internships, service-learning courses, study abroad, and applied research.

More about experiential learning opportunities

Studying the Environment at UVM


There are many program options across colleges and schools at UVM to study the environment. These programs will prepare you for a wide range of careers in science, natural and cultural resource planning, conservation and management, and ecological design and sustainability.

UVM Environment and Sustainability Programs

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Undergraduate Admissions