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Below is a quick list of all your resources for a great semester — academically and socially, physically and spiritually.

Health & Wellbeing


Your health comes first. View an overview of COVID-19 procedures. 

Physical and mental health services are always available to students through the Center for Health and Wellbeing. Make an appointment and view locations and hours.


Academic Support

Dean's Offices' Student Services

Reach out to your college student services office for holistic support, including degree requirements, advice on course selection, planning a path to graduation and referrals to campus partners. View Student Services Directory.

Center for Academic Success

The Center for Academic Success walks you through the most sought-after resources for academic support (tutoring, course registration, writing centers, etc.). View Academic Support Resources.

Navigate App

Download the Navigate App to schedule an appointment with your academic advisor, make a tutoring appointment, view your course schedule, find a study buddy in your class and more.

IT and Virtual Learning Support

Enterprise Application Services has an extensive knowledge base and offers technical help on their website

Quiet Reading Space 

Looking for a place to pause, study or participate in a remote class during the day? The Quiet Reading Space is located on Athletics campus in the gym's Multipurpose/Tennis Court Facility Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 PM. 


On-campus and remote services are available through our network of UVM Libraries: Howe Library, Dana Medical Library, and Special Collections.

International Students

Support for our international students and students seeking guidance for study abroad and exchange programs is available through the Office of International Education. The team is working remotely this term, and you can reach out anytime (OIE is available 24/7 in the event of an emergency):

Career Development

High impact practices like internships, undergraduate research and service learning help you achieve your goals. These offices are great starting points:

On-Campus Housing and Meals

Residential Life and UVM Dining are your go-to departments for living and dining on campus. 

Off-Campus Students

Students living off-campus should check their UVM E-mail for the Office of Student and Community Relations weekly newsletter.

Student Involvement and Support

There are many ways to get involved (and meet people) this year. Start with UVM clubs to learn how to get connected.

See all clubs

These offices are available throughout the year (virtually and in-person). Reach out:

  • Student Life: 802-656-2060 | | Website
  • Student Government Association: 802-656-2053 | | Website
  • Prism Center: 802-656-8637 | | Website
  • Women and Gender Equity Center: 802-656-7892 | | Website
  • Mosaic Center for Students of Color: 802-656-3819 | | Website
  • Interfaith Center and Affiliate Organizations: 802-656-4703 | | Website
  • Veterans Services: 802-656-0581 | | Website
  • UVM BORED (calendar, blog, and more)
    • At UVM Bored you can find student activities and events – both in-person and virtual – posted on the UVM Bored calendar. The calendar is run by students, for students, so there’s always something fun to do.
  • NearPeer App: Looking to meet people? Find UVM students who share your share your interests, experiences, and hometown on the Nearpeer App.

Recreation and Fitness

Campus Recreation is up and running! Learn about the guidelines for using recreation facilities, including reservations, cleaning and social distancing protocols.


UVM is open for business, and these units help keep us running. From technical support to CATcard help, these offices look forward to serving you:


From answering your questions about the FAFSA, financial aid, costs & billing, to assisting with JobX and student employment related questions, Student Financial Services and the Student Employment Office are available to help.