Take a virtual tour
Follow Rubenstein School student Isabel on a tour of the Aiken Center at UVM:
Learn more about the Rubenstein School's facilities
You can get a Bachelor of Science degree in one of five undergraduate majors in the Rubenstein School: Environmental Sciences; Forestry; Parks, Recreation and Tourism; Sustainability, Ecology and Policy; and Wildlife and Fisheries Biology. We also offer five undergraduate minors. All Rubenstein School students participate in our Core Curriculum, which provides first year and transfer students with a unique learning and community-building experience from day one.
Learn more about our undergraduate programs
We ensure that each Rubenstein student is well supported as they transition into college life. First year students are assigned to a Professional Advisor on our Student Services team who helps them to navigate everything from course scheduling to career planning. All Rubenstein students also have access to a free gear library, exclusive internship opportunities, and drop-in advising hours every weekday.
The Rubenstein School emphasizes the importance of learning by doing. Students are given opportunities for high-impact engagement through internships, service-learning courses, study abroad, and applied research. Join Isabel as she visits two classes that feature experiential learning: