Vermont Law School offers several options for students to experience our curriculum without enrolling in a degree program.
The Environmental Law Center assembles an exciting collection of scholars, students, and distinguished visitors. For more information including application instructions, visit the Summer Session page.
undergraduate summer programs
Vermont Law School offers an innovative summer program for undergraduate students. Learn more about New Frontiers in Environmental Law and Policy.
Alumni Class Auditing
VLS alumni are able to audit classes at a discounted rate. To learn more, please contact the Admissions Office or apply now.
Vermont Law School offers courses to non-degree seeking students for continuing education or transfer to another institution. Apply now as a non-degree seeking student.
Professional Certificate in Restorative Justice
VLS offers a non-degree Professional Certificate in Restorative Justice. This program is a unique 9-credit program for graduate students, restorative justice leaders, state and non-profit managers, and other professionals who wish to develop a career focusing on restorative justice or gain skills in restorative practices.
While non-degree students are ineligible for federal loans to help cover the cost of this certificate, Vermont Law School has partnered with the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) to offer a low-interest, fixed-rate loan to cover expenses related to the Restorative Justice Certificate program. To be eligible the VSAC Choice Loan™ a student must:
- Be registered in one or more of the Restorative Justice courses as a non-degree, certificate seeking student
- Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen
- Not be in default on an education loan
- Obtain a credit-worthy cosigner