Thank you!

Thank you for supporting Middlebury. Your gift makes everything about the College better.

This past fiscal year, gifts have supported financial aid, our dedicated faculty, our beautiful campus, the wide variety of cocurricular and experiential opportunities, and everything else that makes a Middlebury education so exceptional.

All of us at Middlebury are sincerely grateful to you and to all of the generous donors who contributed to the College in the past fiscal year.

Please enjoy a short video of students giving thanks.

The Celebration Continues!
This year’s reunion was nothing short of spectacular! A record number of alumni from the classes 1934 to 2009 returned to Middlebury to celebrate with old friends, participate in numerous events, and donate to their alma mater. Check out the photos, videos, and stories from the weekend.

25 Reasons to Join the Cane Society

There are plenty of great reasons to become a part of Gamaliel Painter’s Cane Society and join others in providing future support for Middlebury.

Have you already included Middlebury in your estate plans? Click here to inform us so that we can thank you and make sure your gift supports the program or purpose you can most about. By becoming one of the people who will keep Middlebury growing, you will be welcomed into the Cane Society. To read more about the Cane Society, click here.

The Impact of Giving
Listen to one Middlebury student share her story about her time at Middlebury and the impact financial has had on her life. Listen to other students share their stories about the impact of giving.


The New Squash Center is a Winning Addition

The new squash center provides an outlet for athletes of all levels to play, compete, and connect. Part of Middlebury College’s first construction project fully funded by donors, the new squash facility has raised awareness of the sport, helped to bring the local community and the college together, and improved the athleticism and morale of Middlebury’s varsity team. Learn more.


In addition to being a training space for varsity teams, the court is also open to all Middlebury students, faculty, and staff.