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University of Vermont, Burlington
(4.4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • Older homes surround the area with a bygone era of character. We drove around mostly and just enjoyed the areas beauty. 
  • A beautiful campus overlooking Lake Champlain and the compact but diverse city of Burlington. Back in the day when I was a student here ('60's) the lake front was a mess-run down warehouses and oil po...  more »
  • We spent a couple of days here doing some family research at the library. The campus and its students are friendly and hospitable, as well as quite lovely. 
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  • Excellent campus with many subject areas to study. They are in the process of expanding there collaboration with other collages and universities in the area to increase the degrees offered in addition to building more housing and a multi million dollar STEM research facility. The humanities are not a major focus of the Trustees or administration, but the faculty does a great job keeping them going. Like most places, that aspect of UVM is highly political...
  • The place I met the love of my life will always have a special place in my heart.
  • Black Power!!! Black Lives Matter
  • UVM has a great campus and there are so many places to study. It's a little but hard to find study spots away from the library but once you do it's great, because you can get out of class and immediately go to a study nook to do a piece of homework. I personally recommend the Billings Library, it's above Cook Dining Hall. If you go past the bathrooms on the first floor of Cook, you can take the stairs all the way up and there's a very quiet study area on the mezzanine. Unfortunately it doesn't have outlets, but the natural light is really nice to read from, since there are windows all around. More generally, there's always something happening on campus even if Bored (campus events blog) doesn't have it on the calendar. There are also many clubs. Get involved! It's a great way to make friends and your classmates may be in a club with you, which makes approaching them after class to arrange a study session all the more easier.
  • Beautiful atmosphere. Historic buildings. Love the tunnels to get around in the cold.