For two weeks only—March 30 to April 13—you and other Middlebury parents will have an opportunity to do something special for your students. It will take only a minute, and it’s easy!

An anonymous donor has pledged a gift of $60,000 to the Parents’ Fund if 300 parents make a gift of any size during that two-week period. All of the gifts will go to work immediately, making every undergraduate’s experience richer and more rewarding.

Gifts of any size count toward the challenge! Visit go.middlebury.edu/MiddParentChallenge

You Can Make Every Student's Experience More Rewarding

Every day, Middlebury takes students somewhere new—to the core of an issue, the edge of an experiment, to a new sense of strength and purpose. Their Middlebury years guide our graduates throughout their lives, imparting clarity, confidence, and an expansive worldview.

Creating this kind of future takes the support of everyone who knows the power of a Middlebury education. It takes you, and your gift to the Parents' Fund, to support the academic programs, student-faculty research, internships, arts, and athletics programs that prepare Middlebury graduates to take their places in the world.

What the Parents' Fund Does
  • Gifts to the Parents' Fund support exceptional professors.
  • They support student research in the arts and sciences.
  • They help bring students from all backgrounds to Middlebury.
  • They support student activities for every interest.
  • They provide internships and other opportunities to apply what students are learning and gain skills they will need in the workplace.

Last year more than 1,700 current and past parents made a gift to the Parents' Fund, contributing more than $3.4 million to enhance their children's experience. This year's goal is $2.5 million and participation by 30 percent of parents. Your gift to the College demonstrates your belief in the power of a Middlebury education.

For more information on the Parents' Fund Committee contact Heidi Webb, associate director of parent giving, at hwebb@middlebury.edu or call 802.443.2888.