Summer Academy students choosing to live and eat on campus are housed together for two weeks in the same residence hall. As a part of this social learning community, you will deepen your understanding of yourself and develop meaningful relationships. The activities planned throughout the week after class and over the weekend, and the spontaneous happenings in the hall, will help you make the most of this pre-college experience and encourage you to become more healthy, engaged and successful. The Summer Academy activities listed below support the Four Cornerstones of UVM’s Department of Residential Life – Enhancing Learning, Community & Civic Engagement, Advancing Diversity & Inclusion, and Health & Wellness.
Draft SUMA 2023 Schedule – (subject to change)
- Campus Tour
- College Admissions Workshop – designed to help students prepare for their college application
Community and Civic Engagement
- Events on the Green: Circle time and Activities
- Indoor/Outdoor Games and Entertainment
Health and Wellness
- MetroRock – ropes course and climbing wall
- Burlington Farmer’s Market & Walk on Church Street
- Burlington Surf Club/Beach Activities – TBD
- VT Lake Monsters Baseball game
- Sunset cruise on the Spirit of Ethan Allen
- Spare Time – bowling and laser tag
Independence Day Activities
Students do not have class on Tuesday, July 4 as it is an observed holiday at the University of Vermont. Students will be participating in off-campus enrichment activities on July 4.
Address: Central Campus Residential Hall, 170 Carrigan Drive, Burlington, VT 05405 Map
Summer Academy students will be staying in our newest dorm on the UVM campus. Students are supervised 24/7 by a Residential team consisting of a Residential Director and several Residential Assistants.
Residential Dining Program
Summer Academy students enjoy the ease and convenience of a UVM Summer Dining Plan. Your main dining hall will be determined as we get closer, but most everyplace on campus is within a 10 minute walk. You will have some retail points that can be used across campus at other locations and in the food stores. The dining plan included in your program fee grants you 3 meals per day, except check-in day and check-out. Check-in day there will be a BBQ mid-afternoon and check-out day breakfast will be available. Also included are a total of 40 Retail Points that student can be used for other dining option across campus.
Additional Retail Points can be added to existing accounts by contacting the Meal Plan Office. Visit the University Dining Services for additional information.