Over 200 staff members across the Division of Student Affairs work daily with UVM students. Across all units, we offer students leadership and employment opportunities through a variety of programs. We support students' career success by providing a meaningful co-curricular experience that enhances student development. The Division is also present to help students who face obstacles to their being healthy, successful, and engaged during their time on campus.
Focuses on student accountability and skill development in the areas of conflict resolution, dialogue, identity development and restorative practices to help students develop self-awareness, and ultimately become more responsible, respectful and engaged community members.
Supports students' 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 with a focus on harm reduction.
Houses over 5,500 undergraduate students on UVM's four residential campuses. Students can select from themed program housing options in the Learning Communities program or traditional housing.
Provides resources and education to our students so that they have successful experiences transitioning to and living off campus; and by working with students, neighbors, and city partners on creative initiatives to improve the quality-of-life in our shared community.
Student Life works to get students involved at UVM, find their community on campus, and ultimately develop as student leaders. Student Life staff advise outdoor programs, student media organizations, and fraternity and sorority chapters; foster student leadership and civic engagement opportunities; and plan large-scale campus programs such as Week of Welcome, Fall and Spring Fest.
UVM Dining, managed by Sodexo Campus Services, provides a broad range of on-campus dining options for the UVM Community.
Students needing advocacy or support will find it in the Dean of Students office.