Middlebury

Special Projects

Each year, the Middlebury designates particular programs or projects for fund-raising efforts.

Senior Class Gift

It’s a tradition: Graduating seniors mark the end of their journey at Middlebury with a gift to the College—and to the students who follow them. Learn more.

New England Review

For more than 30 years, New England Review has offered its readers opportunities to read deeply and to have their tastes and expectations regularly challenged. Again and again, NER has been identified as one of the most consistently impressive literary publications in the country. Learn more.

Snow Bowl Chair Lift project

The College raising $1.7 million to replace the 40-year-old Worth Mountain chairlift, which follows the Allen Trail to the summit. Learn more.

Field House and Squash Center

Two new facilities that will transform athletics at Middlebury are under construction: a nine-court Squash Center set for completion in October 2013, and a 110,000-square-foot Field House that will host athletic, intramural, recreational and special events beginning in October 2014. While Middlebury has raised more than $43.5 million toward the total project cost of $46 million, the College aims to fund the entire project with gifts. Significant naming opportunities are still available. Learn more.