University of Vermont By cameron Quadra

The University of Vermont is located in Burlington, Vermont. It is home to about 10,000 undergraduates, 1300 graduates, 500 medical students, and 1500 full and part time faculty.

The admissions requirements for UVM are that you have a 4.0 GPA and it is better if you score higher rather than lower on your SAT.

Three majors at UVM are Biochemistry, Bioengineering, and Biology. UVM specializes in the study of Life mainly. Being in a college that requires a 4.0 GPA you, cant expect to not have the majors be incredibly hard like asking the big question of life which is what Bio means.

Students come from all over the world to go to school here. Mainly people in the state of Vermont go to UVM because the instate living bill is much less than coming from else where.Living at home in the state of Vermont is better for going to college here because it costs much less.

Vermont Resident costs about $15000 a year. Out-of-State Resident costs about $40000 year.

Average Housing and Meals View all Housing & Meal Rates $11,180 for both in and out of state.

Estimated Billable Costs for a in state is $27,918. Estimated bill for out of state is doubled that and is $50,310.

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