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Vermont is a public graduate school in Burlington, Vermont. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 2,001 graduate students. Of the 50 graduate programs offered at University of Vermont, 2 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Vermont are Medicine, Mathematics and Statistics, and Physical Therapy. 26% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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I have loved the innovative, world-changing nature of my program. Navigating the school's requirements and getting the support needed to complete my program has been harder than in my past academic experiences, but doable. The many ways that the institution fails to sufficiently address, and often perpetuates, the systems of oppression that characterize the broader society have horrified me. And the school's greenwashing--especially claiming to be one of the most sustainable schools in the country, while remaining unwilling to acquiesce to students' calls to divest from fossil fuels (a step that many--hundreds?--of other institutions have taken by now)--truly disappoints me.
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My experience in the College of Education and Social Services at the University of Vermont has been incredible. It has afforded me the opportunity to combine my passions for education, social justice and counseling into one experience. I feel as if when I graduate, I will be very much prepared for the work field. If I could change some things particularly regarding my program it would be honing in more on school counselor’s roles and duties. We are trained to be very skilled counselors but when it comes to other school counselor duties (I.e. consultation, collaboration, dats collecting and delivering) it falls short.
I really enjoy the professors at UVM. They are very welcoming and treat each student with respect. The campus is beautiful, well-structured and diverse. I think every building offers something unique to the campus, some parts of the campus are very historic, while others are more modern and innovative. The greenhouse on campus and the gardens make walking around such a pleasant experience being surrounded by flowers.