Our Mission

The Department of Student Life's mission is to foster an inclusive culture of student leadership development, community involvement, and programming in order to develop a socially just community of lifelong learners.

Our Commitment to Diversity and Social Justice

The Department of Student Life believes social justice serves as a foundation of student leadership development, community involvement, and programming at The University of Vermont. We aspire to provide a safe, supportive environment that values the identities, beliefs, and abilities of all students. We are committed to actively engaging, educating, and challenging students, our staff, and others in our campus community regarding issues of multiculturalism, privilege, and oppression. As allies to UVM students and as leaders in our community we strive to identify and remove barriers to student growth, education, and involvement. We engage in dialogue, provide training, and develop programs that support our commitment to creating an active, inclusive and just student body.

 

STUDENT LIFE LEADERSHIP

LINA BALCOM

Interim director of  Student Life

lbalcom@uvm.edu
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JEROME G. BUDOMO

Associate director of student life

jbudomo@uvm.edu
Jerome Budomo

CAMPUS PROGRAMS

LI LEWIS

Interim assistant director of campus programs

li.lewis@uvm.edu
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GRACE PETERSON

COORDINATOR for Campus programs

grace.peterson@uvm.edu
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KAIA PALM-LEIS

GRADUATE ASSISTANT FOR CAMPUS PROGRAMS

kaia.palm-leis@uvm.edu

Club Sports

CURRENTLY VACANT

Assistant Director of Club Sports

clubsports@uvm.edu
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FRATERNITY & SORORITY LIFE 

CURRENTLY VACANT

Assistant Director of
Fraternity & Sorority LIfe

uvmfsl@uvm.edu      
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AIDAN ANDREWS

Coordinator for FRATERNITY & SORORITY LIFE

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LEXI KANE

Graduate Assistant
for Fraternity & Sorority Life

alexis.kane@uvm.edu

Outdoor Programs

DEVIN FARKAS

Assistant Director of
Outdoor Programs

devin.farkas@uvm.edu
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MEGAN MEINEN

Coordinator for OUTDOOR PROGRAMS

megan.meinen@uvm.edu
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DAVID MORONEY

Coordinator for Sophomore experiences

david.moroney@uvm.edu

Civic Engagement

MIMI SPERL  

Assistant Director of
Civic Engagement

msperl@uvm.edu
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TATIANA HAVENS

Graduate Assistant for Civic Engagement

thavens@uvm.edu

MARKETING

MADDIE WHITE

Assistant Director of
Marketing

mswhite@uvm.edu
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SEAN YAROLIN

Office & Communications coordinator

syarolin@uvm.edu

Office ManagEment

JESSICA LAVERY

Business Manager

jlavery@uvm.edu
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COVID-19
Programming Guidelines

The health of our campus (and surrounding Burlington) community is of the utmost importance to the Department of Student Life. As an office tasked with providing programming, events, and experiences for our student body, we are following specific safety guidelines meant to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Read the Programming Guideline (PDF) →

 

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The "DC"

Looking for a place to hang out, study, grab a bite, or just decompress with friends?  Be sure to check out the Dudley H. Davis Center - UVM's student center and the living room of campus.

Learn More about the Davis Center →

 

DID YOU KNOW

Student Life is just one of nine departments that makes up the Division of Student Affairs (DOSA). Across all units, DOSA offers students leadership opportunities and provides meaningful co-curricular experiences that enhances the student experience. The Division is also present to help students who face obstacles to their being healthy, successful and engaged during their time on campus.

Learn more about DOSA...

Physical Address

Feel like sending us some snail-mail?

Dept. of Student Life
Dudley H. Davis Center
590 Main Street, Room 310
Burlington, VT 05405

phone: (802) 656-2060
fax: (802) 656-7731
email: slife@uvm.edu

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