Fraternity & Sorority Life at UVM!!
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hey, everyone, it's open again, and I really want to talk about something that's been important to my PM experience. Turning in sorority life, story and story life, UVM takes up 8% of the population. It is by no means encompassing the entire social scene, and I like to think of it is just being a part of another club, Um, is eight fraternities and six. It's pretty close in it and tight humanity, one of things that I love most of variants already late for you. B. M is the philanthropy and community service aspect. All the fraternities, sororities, Hispanic community cleanup every year where they clean up the streets of Burlington. Some story day's work with ST Jude's or Ron MacDonald House downtown volunteering their time. My fraternity works with the Alzheimer's Association of Vermont, and we volunteer our time a memory care facility out in Williston. I've also been to Haiti with my fraternity to build a house with some of my brothers over winter break, and every year we participated in Seth Rogan's hilarity for charity fundraiser for Alzheimer's research, and my friend actually won four years in a row, and Seth Rogan came to campus four years in a row way actually inducted him as a brother. Another thing I really love with Iranians really is the academic career support that you get through it. It's a great way to network with other people in different majors across the university. It's also a great way to get to know upperclassmen in your major that might be able to do you in some your classes you might be struggling in. It's also been a great opportunity for me to network in the flu for science field, actually, the opportunity to go to D. C. Last going to actually lobby at the state Capitol on fraternity, it's roadie issues. Thanks so much for watching and learning a little bit more fraternity and sorority life, the UPM and definitely check out and learn more about UVM. Thanks.