global gateway program

STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

Your New Home

Student accommodation at UVM is designed to provide everything you need to help you study and make friends in your time in Vermont. Where you live will depend on your personal preference, as well as your level of study. Discover accommodation options for undergraduate and postgraduate students below.

Accommodation for Undergraduates

International students joining the Global Gateway Program will live at Marsh-Austin-Tupper (MAT) residential halls. 

Find out more about undergraduate housing at UVM.

Accommodation for Postgraduates

Graduate students in the Master's International Year program live off-campus at Spinner Place apartments. Located near to downtown Burlington, Spinner Place combines the freedom of off-campus living with easy access to the UVM campus.

Find out about postgraduate housing at UVM.

Visit our fees page to find a full list of accommodation costs.

Undergraduate On-Campus Housing 

Marsh-Austin-Tupper 

If you are studying the 3-semester GGP, you will live in Marsh-Austin-Tupper Hall (MAT) for the duration of your program. You will take an English test during Arrival Week to determine final placement in the GGP. If you are originally placed in a 1- or 2-semester GGP, but your test results place you in the 3-semester GGP, you will move into Marsh-Austin-Tupper Hall.

MAT provides safe and welcoming residential halls for Year 1 and Year 2 students. Living in the heart of UVM campus, undergraduates can look forward to comfortable accommodation, on-site facilities and a vibrant campus life.

You’ll share a bedroom and a kitchen. You will also have access to the community lounge, where you can relax with other students, and to the multipurpose room, which is a quiet place to study. 

Facilities
  • Shared bedroom
  • Shared kitchen
  • Shared bathroom
  • Community lounge
  • Multipurpose room
  • On-site laundry facilities

After Year 2

During years 3 and 4 of your undergraduate degree, you can continue living on-campus or move to off-campus housing. If you’d like to stay on campus, you can choose between a two-person residence hall room, or suite-style housing.

If you'd prefer to live off-campus you can rent a one-bedroom studio or share an apartment with other students.

Graduate Off-Campus Housing

Spinner Place

Master's International Year students live in fully-furnished, off-campus apartments at Spinner Place. Apartments are available for two or four people, and your roommates are carefully selected using our matching service. Spinner Place is located next to downtown Burlington in Winooski.

From here you can easily explore Burlington with shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues all just a short walk away. The UVM campus is 2.5km away by bus, bicycle or on foot. Students receive free bus transportation with their UVM IDs.

Facilities
  • Private bedroom
  • Shared kitchen
  • Shared bathroom
  • Sofas
  • Air conditioning
  • On-site laundry facilities
Student Johan at the University of Vermont

"I chose to study in the USA because an international degree gives you a lot more opportunities, and I wanted to study abroad and not do what every other engineering student in Norway does. UVM has an incredible engineering program and a super cool campus."

Johan from Norway
Studied Mechanical Engineering

University of Vermont

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