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The Class of 1971 is getting set to celebrate its 50th reunion. This is an ideal time to look back on your college experience and the impact that Middlebury had on your life. Honoring this milestone with a meaningful gift can not only pay tribute to your education, but will also benefit current and future Middlebury students who follow in your footsteps.

To pay tribute to deceased classmates, as well as to meaningful faculty, staff, coaches, and others, a member of our class has established the Class of 1971 Memorial Scholarship Fund.

This fund will become part of the College’s permanent endowment and help open the door to Middlebury College for new generations of deserving students. 

Please consider directing some or all of your class gift to this most meaningful fund.

A gift to the 1971Memorial Scholarship Fund gift suports students in all areas of their lives. See how in this video.


Let’s Talk

If you would like to discuss gift plans that best fit your situation, Contact Tiffany Stowe, associate director of gift planning at
802–443–5163 or

Ways to Give 

Your Reunion is a great opportunity to help ensure that generations of new students will benefit from a Middlebury education. Think creatively. What does the College mean to you? What do you hope for its future? Learn about creative options for a gift that means the most to you.

A Direct Gift

Click here to make a donation to the Annual Fund in honor of your Reunion. Did you know that you can choose the department or program that will receive your gift and still be counted as your class gift? 

Charitable Gift Annuities

Benefit from a dependable, fixed income for life in return for your gift. Click here to learn more.

Charitable Remainder Unitrusts

Set up a trust for Middlebury that can offer income to you for life or a term of years. Click here to explore this option.

Gifts of Stock and Appreciated Assets

You can receive an immediate income tax deduction by transferring appreciated stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares to the College. Click here to read more.

Bequest Intentions

Support the College by making a provision in your will, retirement account, or trust. Click here to read about the advantages of bequest intentions.