The seven years of Tom Sullivan’s UVM presidency have seen the completion of a successful $500 million comprehensive campaign, a span of the lowest tuition increases in forty years, and transformation of the central campus through new construction and renovations, among other initiatives.
As my time serving as UVM’s 26th president begins drawing to a close, I am reflecting on the priorities that have guided this remarkable university and informed our strategic decisions across campus.
I am often asked what makes the University of Vermont distinct—what in our educational mission and delivery makes UVM stand out among its peers.
I have phrased this overarching question to our faculty in this way: What does it mean to be an educated person? What does it mean to be educated at UVM? And, importantly, what does it mean to hold a degree from UVM?
- UVM’s Proud “Public Ivy” Designation
- Changing the College Culture
- The Artful Campus
- A Campus in Bloom
- A Winning Strategy for UVM
- Assessing UVM’s Major Impact on Vermont’s Economy
- Making the residential college experience count
- Our Land-Grant Mission for the Twenty-First Century
- A Milestone Weekend
- Arts continue to thrive, enrich the UVM experience
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