University of Vermont Reviews
Burlington is a great college town with everything to offer from hiking and skiing to good bars. Civil Engineering is really intimate in your junior and senior year, and the professors are invested in you and are in general really cool people who do big things. Look up D. R. if you need proof.
UVM is a pretty sweet school. Way more expensive than it should be but Burlington is sick. Probly one of the coolest college towns out there. Really fun place to live, especially during the summer. You can walk to pretty much everywhere you want to go which is great for college kids.
The nursing program offered at UVM is phenomenal! State of the art Simulation Labs are helpful and allow students to practice the nursing skills they are learning in a safe non-judgmental environment. The instructors are very attentive to their students and give helpful feedback.
The University of Vermont provided me with a well rounded in depth education that prepared me for a professional career in sustainable agriculture. The professors truly care about your education and success. Burlington is also a beautiful town with plenty of things to do.
The psychology program is large and at times impersonal but allows one to build the skill of self-motivation. The political science department is incredible. The professors are phenomenal. They are well qualified and always willing to meet with you out of class to explain concepts in detail.
UVM is a great university with the opportunity to meet many people. The professors are some of the most helpful and invested teachers I have ever met. Church street downtown has so much to offer and it is so close to the university. You can see the lake from campus.
The Environmental Engineering program, and the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS) as a whole, provides a wonderful opportunity for students to work with the most personable faculty in the country. Not only were their doors always open for help, but I was able to talk to professors about matters that did not concern academics. As a testament to class size, the classes I took through the CEMS school rarely contained more than 75 people. The engineering program at UVM is slightly under funded (in my opinion), but I do not regret coming to this school in anyway.
This is a great program. The nursing staff work very hard to ensure your success. There are many different clinical opportunities and I always felt more than prepared for anything I was asked to do. Excellent teachers! Burlington is a great city to be in during college. There are many activities and new hobbies to interest yourself with. The environment at UVM enhances "green" education and instills environmental values in each of the universities practices.
CDAE is the best program I could have hoped for. Exciting, forward thinking classes. Second to none professors. Opportunities you won"t believe.
Great school with solid yet liberal political science program. Extremely qualified professors. Interesting classes.