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The University of Vermont
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Vermont is distinguished by innovative research and scholarship across all the major fields of study, led by programs of great distinction in the life sciences and in environmental sciences and studies. Vermont offers 71 master's and doctoral degrees as well as the degree of doctor of medicine. There are 90 undergraduate majors. In the tradition of one of the towering figures in American intellectual history, John Dewey (University of Vermont Class of 1879), undergraduates here profit from the opportunities for learning by doing that only a research university can offer, with chances to turn classroom abstractions into concrete experiences at the lab benches of world-class scientists as well as in service-learning programs and internships.
The University of Vermont provides an outstanding environment for undergraduates in every dimension of student life and learning. Our students enjoy small classes — more than half of them with fewer than 20 students — allowing very high-quality interaction among students and between students and faculty. Vermont undergraduates participate in a wide array of extracurricular activities and clubs, from scuba diving, sailing, mountaineering and skiing, through student media (newspaper, radio and television), recreational and club sports and numerous musical groups, to anthropology, economics and psychology clubs and an award-winning debate society. A Vermont education is rich in opportunities for intellectual and personal development strongly grounded in the University's profound commitment to the liberal arts.
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