Vermont Tech is proud of our commitment to the health and safety of the members of our community. Be it the wide variety of fitness and wellness programs at our SHAPE facility, health services and health education, our student run First Responders group or our Public Safety department's commitment to providing a safe and secure learning and living environment, we strive to make our community one which works together for the benefit of all.
Student Health and Wellness
In addition to our campus Health Center, we maintain a close relationship with the following community organizations:
Vermont Tech takes student safety very seriously. To access our crime data report and information about emergency notification, please visit the Office of Public Safety.
The Administrative Center on the Randolph Center campus features a Lactation Room in Room 129 to provide nursing mothers with a private space for breastfeeding and breast pumping.
Below are listed a number of web sites that you may find helpful on a variety of health related issues. These were selected by a Vermont Tech student based upon her research.
Facts on Tap
A website with information about prescription drug abuse. It explains why drugs shouldn't be used, how dangerous they can be without doctor permission, and lists situations in which students might start abusing prescription drugs.
Information for students interested in HIV/STD testing, birth control, or gay/lesbian rights.
Information about sleep disorders and mental/emotional health.
Help with diagnosing and treating eating disorders.
Bullying Prevention Program
A good resource for advice about bullying for both parents and students.
Center For Disease Control and Prevention
Facts about STDs, treatment information, who to contact, and current events concerning STDs.
Wing Of Madness Depression Guide
Information about depression, as well as help and support.
The Cool Spot
How to deal with teen alcohol abuse and peer pressure.
These two websites are resources for information about mono including symptoms, treatment, and how to cope.