Vermont Law School has resumed on-campus classes for the fall. Masks are currently required for all community members. For information on campus access, health and safety protocols, and testing requirements please visit vermontlaw.edu/covid19.
Students are responsible for securing their own housing while at Vermont Law School. To help students with their search for housing, Vermont Law School has a rental housing database comprised of rental units that local landlords have posted. The database is updated regularly and can be searched by criteria such as number of bedrooms, location, pets allowed, and cost. In late spring, landlords begin entering their rentals for the next academic year, which begins in late August. When planning campus visits, if you intend to visit rental properties while in town, we strongly encourage making appointments with landlords with as much advance notice as possible (typically 3-5 days) to ensure rental properties are available for showing.
Vermont Law offers a roommate finder database that enables students to describe their roommate or housing need, along with their lifestyle and housing preferences. They can then search the roommates database to find possible roommate or housing matches. Students should contact the Housing Coordinator via email for information on accessing this resource.
Vermont Law offers a semester sublet database for students . This database is meant to help match students who need to sublet their housing for an academic semester with students who need a sublet for an academic semester. Students may enter a description of the housing they need to sublet, or enter a need for single semester housing, and then they can search the database for possible matches. Students should contact the Housing Coordinator for information on accessing this resource.
Additional Housing Resources
The following newspapers provide classified advertising of rentals: