Vermont Campus


We are no longer accepting applications for the Vermont campus. 

Vermont Campus Information and Services

This information is posted to serve and support our Vermont students as the college carries out the teach-out plan for the Vermont Campus.  The information below is specific to the Vermont students.  There are many other resources for ACPHS students found throughout the website.

Campus Hours: 

Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm
Students have access during these times to the Information Commons, Study Rooms, and Student Lounge

Campus Safety:

University Heights Association Office of Public Safety (in Albany) monitors the Vermont Campus through technologies to enhance the safety and security of students, faculty, and staff. Technologies include:

  • Closed circuit television systems which place cameras at a number of locations, both inside and outside, around campus. The cameras are monitored in the University Heights Association’s Office of Public Safety dispatch center, as well as by Censor Security Associates during their coverage. Security cameras are recorded for investigatory and evidentiary purposes.
  • Key Fob access to exterior doors of all academic buildings, which notifies University Heights Association’s Office of Public Safety when doors are opened outside of normal business hours or when they are propped open.

Concerns may be reported to:

Colchester Police Department                         

911 or 802-264-5555

University Heights Association Public Safety 


Director of Student Affairs Jennifer Payne      


Campus Services:

Health Needs

  • Acute Medical Care (Urgent Care) at the UVM Fanny Allen Campus, 790 College Parkway, Colchester, 802-847-1170, Daily Hours 8am-8pm
  • Primary Care Services at Mountain View Natural Medicine, 302 Mountain View Dr., Colchester, 802-860-3366 (Identify yourself as an ACPHS student)
  • Counseling Services through the UVM Medical Center EFAP, multiply locations, 802-847-2827, Hours Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm

Services provided include initial assessment, counseling, and referral. Crisis counseling is available when necessary, and unlimited telephone consultation is available. Students will be given timely appointments within 48 hours of the request.

Should the need for services extend beyond the short term model of treatment, additional services can be provided using the student’s insurance or with the student paying out-of -pocket. The counselors at UVM Medical Center can make referrals or students can access ThrivingCampus. (See details below) 

All counseling services are offered via phone or video visits at this time.  An appointment can be made by calling 802-847-2827 or email  Please reach out with any questions or to schedule an appointment.

  • Assistance Finding Mental Health Care and Services

Finding a community mental health provider can be a daunting task! There are so many different aspects to consider and it can be hard to know where and how to start the process. It’s important to know you have options. 

To help streamline the process, ACPHS offers an online database of local providers: ThrivingCampus is a search engine of mental health providers and is a resource offered to the Vermont Campus community.

DISCLAIMER: This directory of community practitioners is provided for convenience and informational use only. User is responsible for evaluating and selecting their own health care providers, as well as responsible for all costs associated with care. Carefully review insurance benefits and confirm provider accepts your insurance plan before receiving care. The counselors listed on the ThrivingCampus database are not directly affiliated with ACPHS.

Health Insurance

ACPHS requires all full-time students to have health coverage, either through a family health insurance plan, a private insurer, or the quality plan offered by the College.

The College plan is with MVP and includes full coverage insurance as with typical HMO/PPOs.

All students are charged for the College insurance plan. Those who wish to waive the College’s plan must provide insurance information by the May 15th deadline in order to have the charge for the school plan removed from their tuition bill. 

Students must go online to provide the name and address of their health insurance provider, subscriber’s name, and their policy number and/or group number.

Students will not be permitted to waive coverage after either May 15th and no credit will be issued.

Center for Student Success

The Center for Student Success at ACPHS provides a comprehensive set of programs and services designed to help students grow academically, personally and professionally.

Student Life:

Bookstore link to
Items can be shipped directly to you, shipping charges are covered when items are shipped to the campus.

Gym Membership
Annual memberships at The Edge’s multiply locations – Any questions can be directed to Jennifer Payne ( or Mike Marquis (

The Student Government Association of the Vermont Campus unifies the thoughts and opinions of all Vermont students into one voice and is responsible for representing the students voice – Any questions or concerns for SGA-VT can be directed to

Clubs and Organization

  • Vermont Pharmacist Association (VPA)
  • Integrative Medicine Club (IMC)

Vermont student leaders serve as liaisons to the following organizations on the Albany Campus

  • APhA-ASP(American Pharmacist Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists)
  • PLS (Phi Lambda Sigma- Pharmacy Leadership Society)
  • SSHP (Student Society of Health System Pharmacists of the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists)