Why i chose uvm? hear from garrett
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm a sophomore, and this is why I think you should go to U V. M. But when I toured campus, I was a junior, So this was the first time I had been to Burlington. Just seeing Lake Champlain kind of in the background from the top of the hill where UVM sits, was a really cool site. Then you looked the other direction, and you see camels home, one of Vermont's biggest mountains was pretty cool. That was one of the things I love the most campus with all the green space. We have four different campuses, two of them being entirely residential central campus, where most of our classroom buildings and library a couple of our dining halls are in the student center. Then we have another, um, campus called athletic, which is where all of our gyms and the fields and there's a couple more residential areas over there, so altogether, it, if you're walking from the furthest end of one side of campus all the way to the other, will probably take you about 20 minutes. So you're never walking any more than that on campus. We do have girdles and different things like that to get you from one place to the other that you being. We have different residential communities and you get to pick them when you first come to campus. They generally center around one common interest that the students might have. Yeah, there's a lot of opportunity to engage in any kind of part time job in the Burlington area as well as research on campus. You GM is a research university, so all of their professors are actually required to be engaged in some form of research. This is really great for undergraduate students because that means there's a lot of opportunity to be involved in different kinds of research. It's a bit of a bummer just because of the times that we find ourself in that we can't be on campus for you guys toe tour the campus and to see everything that you GM has to offer. One thing that stands out to me most about the students is kind of a general idea that, like, no matter who you are kind of like where you've come from, what you're doing here on campus, that's okay, and that's that's good. That kind of general consensus that there's no judgment around who you are is a really big part of the student experience at UVM. I hope that when you come to you, B m, you'd be able to see that as well.