Teens may begin college studies while still in high school! The University of Vermont offers entry level, college courses online and on campus year round in a variety of subject areas. College credits are transferable within UVM and other institutions.
The University of Vermont offers high school students and graduates an academically challenging experience designed to bring out their best. UVM's faculty are gifted teachers who inspire students; where learning is not limited by the classroom walls. UVM encourages and promotes many kinds of experiential learning. Every year, UVM places students in the country's top graduate and professional programs and helps them gain jobs and launch careers. Students discover and hone their potential at UVM. At UVM, high school students can begin their college career before applying to college.
High school students or graduates may earn college credit in one or more courses alongside peers and undergraduates. Students use any one of several pre-college opportunities to get ahead of the competition when it comes time to apply for college admission. UVM Pre-College Programs have many ways for high school students to:
- Earn college credit while still in high school
- Demonstrate their ability to college recruiters
- Take a challenging or unique course not offered in their high school
How it Works
High school students can enroll in UVM courses online and during the summer or academic year. UVM offers more than 100 courses in the areas of English, languages, math, science, and the arts. College course credits are transferable within UVM and to several other institutions.
Who Should Apply?
- Busy athletes whose schedule requires flexibility
- Highly-motivated students interested in being challenged by college-level academics
- Students interested in attending the University of Vermont
- Students who want to explore a field of study