Seton Hall University
|Living cost||USD 1,500 per month|
|Student population||Medium (1,001 to 10,000)|
|International students||Contact the university / college|
The University of Vermont offers a fun and engaged student life, full of a wide variety of activiites and events - athletics, clubs and organisations, leadership opportunities, and off-campus activities.
Over 170 student clubs enable you to seek out involvement, friendship, service, and play; and there is a particular UVM student orientation to activities of environmental sustainability and social consciousness.
The University's location in America's #1 college town, Burlington, Vermont, USA provides vibrant nightlife, entertainment, shopping and dining. The state of Vermont is a natural outdoor playground with options to explore mountains, lakes, rivers, peaks, and snow.
UVM requires students to live on campus for the first two years of their undergraduate degree program. Undergraduate GGP students will live in Marsh-Austin-Tupper (MAT), located in the heart of the student community. After year two, students can choose to continue to live on campus, or move into an off-campus residency. On-campus accommodation includes traditional two-person dormitory rooms, suite-style housing, or on-campus apartments.
PMP students will live in the Spinner Place apartment complex in nearby Winooski Vermont, 2.5km from the University of Vermont Campus. Easily accessible by public transportation (free for UVM students), Spinner Place is described as a place that combines the fun and freedom of off-campus housing with the convenience and amenities of living on campus. Fully-furnished apartment homes are available in 2-and 4-bedroom floor plans.