Previous college-level coursework in some aspect of the study of the relationship between humans and the
environment, as well as at least one college-level course in a natural science (for example, environmental science, biology, chemistry, geology, or any other science) that included a lab or field component.
June 20 to August 1, 2014
3 Middlebury College credits (or the equivalent of 9 semester-hour credits)
The $8,095 comprehensive fee includes tuition plus 6 weeks room and board.
Financial aid availability and enrollment satus
Need-based grants are available to all applicants. Get more information on financial aid or check your enrollment status.
Deadline for Applications
- November 15
- February 15*
Those applications received after a priority deadline will be considered for admission only on a case-by-case basis. *Please note: The School of the Environment is still accepting applications for summer 2014.
Our Commitment to Diversity
It's a fact of nature: diversity in any system produces greater strength and resilience. Changing our environmental future is going to require ideas and involvement by people of every background and perspective, as well as active and effective cross-cultural communication by all. We welcome what you can bring to this important work.