Fall 2023 Sees Growing Interest in UVM Sorority Experience

Despite national trends, UVM’s sorority life program witnessed tremendous interest at the start of the academic year, a testament to the work and investment of student leaders and the Department of Student Life’s Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) program
Outside the Davis Center at dusk, a group of more than 50 young women all excitedly pose for the camera, their arms up in celebration, smiles on their faces. They all are wearing the same white t-shirt that reads in big bold lettering "Tri Delta"

You’ve probably heard the term “rushing” in the world of Greek Life. But what does that actually mean? The term refers to the recruitment process and, according to members of UVM’s FSL team, is a carefully structured journey. For context, the Panhellenic Council at UVM serves as the umbrella organization for the six sororities at UVM, which exists to promote superior scholarship, service,...

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A large group of students look off camera while holding lit candles during a ceremony.

For Our UVM Neighbors: Opening Weekend 2023

To our Burlington friends and community,

In the spirit of a new academic year and connecting with our neighbors, I want to inform you of important dates and some University activities occurring during opening weekend for our students:

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A group of students and staff pose for a photo on the steps of the Vermont State House.

UVM Learning Community Visits State Capitol, Discusses Climate Sustainability with Lawmakers

In partnership with the Vermont Public Interest Research Group (VPIRG)—the largest environmental advocacy organization in Vermont with a UVM student chapter on campus—the learning community has led hands-on engagement opportunities throughout the year.  

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