Student Wellbeing

The Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont places an important focus on mental and physical wellbeing. Faculty and students collaborate extensively to improve student life, touching on everything from life outside of school to the curriculum itself. This includes a variety of interest groups, like weekly yoga, participation in intramural sports, musical talent shows, as well as initiatives from the Wellness Committee to support student mental health. This student-centered approach is one we believe will cultivate a positive learning environment, as well as personal growth and wellness during the medical school journey and beyond.

We also invite you to visit the Larner College of Medicine Wellness Committee webpage. The Wellness Committee is a group of faculty and student-elected medical student representatives who spearhead several projects and initiatives to improve student health and wellbeing.

Profile photo of Emily Vayda, Member of the Larner MD Class of 2020

Dedication to student wellness at UVM comes from many directions, with the core being a peer to peer driven support. This creates a community standard of lifting each other up to be the best we can be. It takes away day to day stresses and allows us to be better students and community members, and hopefully better doctors.

- Emily Vayda, Class of 2020


Student Voice


Student Interest Groups


Academic Support


Life in Burlington


YogaFlo1Above: Flo DiBiase, member of the LCOM Class of 2019, likes to practice her yoga handstands on top of Mt. Mansfield. You can also practice yours at  free yoga classes every Wednesdays, hosted by the Yoga student interest group!

Director of Student Well-being

Profile photo of Dr. Lee Rosen

Lee Rosen, Ph.D.
Director of Student Well-being

Email: Email Dr. Lee Rosen
Phone: (802) 656-3750
Fax: (802) 656-9377

Meet with Dr. Rosen; visit the Medical Student Services Bookings Page...

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