Financial Aid

Fact Sheets

This fact sheet outlines the need for financial aid for undergraduates at Middlebury College and includes the 2013-2014 Financial Aid information Posse Program and the Davis UWC Scholars Program. It is current as of October 2014.

Undergraduate Financial Aid at Middlebury Printable

Undergraduate Financial Aid at Middlebury Readable


Financial Aid Statistics


Undergraduate students on financial aid. . . . . .42%
Undergraduate financial aid budget . . . . . . . . .$38,622,593
Average Middlebury grant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,384
Average self-help (work and loan) . . . . . . . . . .$3,000

Online Resources


MiddSTART's homepage:

"The Big Idea"—Midd Mag's dispatch on MiddSTART, a unique fund-raising tool that links students with the individuals who sign on as benefactors of their projects. (Spring 2011)

News Stories

"We Risked Our Lives to Go to School" - CNN

In this video interview, Middlebury alumna Shabana Basij-Rasikh opens up about her school experience in Afghanistan, dressing up as a boy to access education. She also explains how she's now campaigning to empower young women in search of learning around the world.

Ceiling for Tuition Hike - Inside Higher Ed

A key article about Middlebury's high-profile decision to cap tuition at an upward limit of one percentage point above the Consumer Price Index. President Ronald D. Leibowitz discusses the reasons fueling this choice and the expected impact. (February 2012)

Middlebury Magazine or Dispatch Articles

"Middlebury adds a second Posse"—10 students from Chicago's Posse Foundation (which identifies, recruits and trains students with leadership and academic potential from urban areas) will enroll at the college in the fall of 2012. (March 23, 2011)

"New language program will provide up to 50 scholarships per year"—Middlebury College and the Monterey Institute of International Studies announced a new three-year scholarship program made possible by Betty and David Jones. (Sept. 2010)


"Middlebury College Draws Young Donors With Microphilanthropy" (Article from The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 31, 2011)

The Posse Foundation Website: