University of Vermont (UVM)
University of Vermont, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 194 South Prospect Street, Burlington, VT 05401, U.S.A., United States
Uvm was chartered in 1791 (the same year that Vermont became the 14th state in the union). It was the first college or university in the country to declare in its charter that the "rules, regulations, and by-laws shall not tend to give preference to any religious sect or denomination whatsoever" -- a clear assertion of UVM's commitment to equality and enlightenment.
The primary purpose of The University of Vermont is to create and share knowledge. UVM prepares its students to live productive, responsible, and creative lives through a high quality, liberal education. As a research university, UVM endorses the intrinsic value of the creation of new knowledge and promotes the application of relevant knowledge to benefit a multi-dimensional and global society.
Global university agreements of University of Vermont