Accepted Students Information - Middlebury at Mills

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Congratulations on your acceptance to the Language Schools! We hope this site will help you prepare for your summer in California.

To enroll in the program, please read and complete all the enrollment steps. Before you arrive on campus, you will want to complete all the onboarding steps.

You can find general information about transportation, housing, dining, and much more on this page.  For specific information about your school, such as arrival and departure information, please click on the appropriate link below.

The Language Schools Handbook is available. Please be sure to read all the information, including the Mills Campus Policies.

If you have a specific question that is not answered here, please contact us.

International Students

International students, please click here to get your visa sponsorship documents from Middlebury.

Before you depart for the U.S., please review the documents you need to bring to the border/U.S. customs office.

On your School's Arrival Day, international students will be asked to check in with their passport and all visa documents at the Middlebury at Mills Administrative Offices in Reinhardt A Wing.  If because of your travel plans you are unable to attend this check-in, you can schedule an appointment with the Program Coordinator, Sasha Miyamoto, by e-mailing her at smiyamoto@middlebury.edu.

Annual Security Report

Middlebury publishes annual security and fire and safety reports for our campuses at Middlebury College, Bread Loaf, and the Middlebury Language Schools program at Mills College. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) requires that colleges and universities receiving federal funding maintain and publicly disclose campus crime statistics for the preceding three years. The reports also include institutional policies concerning campus safety and security.

See the full report.

Arrival on Campus

Arrival Procedures: The Language Schools will have an Arrival Center located at your School's dormitory between 11 am and 8 pm to accommodate students who arrive during peak daytime and early evening hours on the designated arrival days. Public Safety Officers at the front entrance to Mills campus can direct you to the proper location upon your arrival.

It is vital that you arrive on time on the date specified. If you have an unavoidable and significant time conflict, please write to the Coordinator of your School for permission to arrive late. There are charges for late placement tests, late registration, and late course changes (see the Special Fees section of the handbook).

If you need to arrive in Oakland early, you MUST make arrangements to stay off-campus until your session begins.

Mills Arrival Information:

Friday, June 9th 11am-8pm (Arabic, Korean)

Friday, June 16th 11am-8pm (Italian)

Friday, June 23rd 11am-8pm (Arabic and Italian Grad Students)

The following services are provided at the Arrival Center:

  • Key distribution
  • Middlebury at Mills ID Card distribution and information.
  • Vehicle registration (you will need your license plate number and your license and registration)
  • Distribution of School arrival packets
  • Computing information
  • Counseling Service information
  • College Book Store information
  • Local Public Transportation Information

Early Morning, Late Evening Arrivals: If you arrive after the Arrival Center closes for the day, you will check in with Public Safety at the guard kiosk as you enter campus. A Public Safety officer will help you sign out your key and ID from the Mills Housing Office in Sage Hall.

If you pick up your keys from Public Safety, you will need to contact your school Coordinator or Bilingual Assistant in order to complete check-in procedures with your School.

Shuttle

On Arrival Fridays - June 9, 16, and 23, a shuttle will run from the Rockridge Bart Station in Oakland to the Mills College Campus.  The shuttle will leave Rockridge for Mills at the following times:

10:30 am

11:30 am

12:30 pm

1:30 pm

3:30 pm

4:30 pm

6:45 pm

7:45 pm

8:45 pm

9:30 pm

10:45 pm

11:45 pm

12:30 am

If arriving at SFO or OAK, you can easily take the train directly to the Rockridge station.  For schedules, go to www.bart.gov. 

Lost Luggage

If your luggage has been lost during your flight, arrange with the airline to have bags delivered to Mills College, 5000 MacArthur Blvd., when they arrive.  When the airline informs you that your baggage is on its way, please call Public Safety at 510.430.5555 (ext. 5555 from on-campus phones) to let them know your bags are coming.  Be sure to mention which dorm you are in, so that Public Safety can direct the airline shuttle to the proper location on campus.  Please make arrangements to meet the airport shuttle at your dorm to retrieve your bags. 

Parking and Vehicle Registration

Students, faculty, and staff may bring cars to campus, but all cars must be registered with Public Safety, and summer parking regulations issued by Public Safety must be observed. Vehicle registration and driver’s license are required when registering a vehicle. You may pick up your parking pass and vehicle registration from your school’s office, or directly from the Middlebury at Mills administrative offices, located in Reinhardt A wing.


For departure information, please click on the school-specific links below for your language school.

Mills Campus Map

Atmosphere of School

The Language Schools are extremely intensive and may require that you work harder than you ever have before in an academic setting. In one summer session, you will have completed the equivalent of a full academic year of language study! You will spend the full morning in class, meeting five days per week with many additional hours of preparation and homework. When relaxing, you will still be in the company of students, teachers, and staff, where the required medium of communication is your language of study.  

While California is lovely in the summer, and there are many attractions in the Bay Area, the Language Schools is not a place to come for a vacation. Keeping up with the pace will require considerable physical, intellectual, and psychological stamina. The atmosphere of the School is incompatible with family vacations, and we do not recommend that your family be located in the vicinity.

Language Schools students come from a wide variety of institutions both in the United States and abroad and represent a wide spectrum of ages, interests, and backgrounds as well as different levels of language proficiency. An atmosphere of tolerance and mutual respect can help tremendously to establish a sense of community within the School. The atmosphere of the School encourages, and even demands, cooperation. Learning represents a communal ef­fort; you should expect to employ your talents to the benefit of fellow students, just as you will benefit from their talents. Middlebury is unique in the opportunity it offers to learn language by speaking it on a daily basis with fellow students and the faculty in a variety of formal and informal contexts.

Upon arrival, students sign the Language Pledge promising to speak exclusively in the target language. By adhering to the Language Pledge, your grasp of both written and spoken language will develop more efficiently and effectively. For this reason, the Pledge is strictly enforced. Any student who consistently and will­fully violates it may be asked to withdraw, forfeiting both course credit and tuition refund.

Please note that you should not worry unnecessarily. The Language Schools are dedicated to the teaching of language and culture. It is a serious program created for the serious student. Within that framework, we have created many opportunities to socialize, interact, and create long-lasting connections and friendships. We look forward to welcoming you this summer!

Billing

Summer 2017 billing notifications are forwarded electronically starting in early April. The Summer Study bill is due May 10. If accepted for admission after May 1st, your bill will be due upon receipt. All Language School students with an outstanding student account due to Middlebury College will not be able to re-enroll until the balance has been resolved.

To pay your bill, follow the instructions regarding Summer School Payment Options.

Dining, ID Cards, Mailboxes, Books, and Vehicle Registration

ID Cards and Room Keys - After submitting your deposit, please send a digital, passport-style (head and shoulders only) photo of yourself to millsdigitalphotos@middlebury.edu before arrival. Photos will be used to create ID cards for access to dining and residence halls, among other campus privileges.  Please send your photos in .jpg format by May 22nd for the start of the 8-week program, and May 29th for 6- and 7-week programs.

Dormitory room keys and ID cards for electronic access to buildings are issued at the Arrival Center or by Housing Management and Dining Services (HMDS) in Sage Hall, Rm 138. Failure to return a key at the end of the session to HMDS incurs a non-refundable charge of $100. Failure to return a temporary ID card (with no photo) incurs a fee of $25.  Permanent Photo ID cards do not need to be returned, but a $25 replacement fee will be charged to re-issue cards during the session due to loss or damage.

Vehicle Registration - You are allowed to have a car on campus, but it must be registered with Mills Public Safety (after arrival) and parked only in designated lots.

Mills College Bookstore - Please wait until you arrive on campus to buy your books because your level may change based on your placement exam.

Special Dietary Request Form - Dining facilities are designed to accommodate the tastes and needs of most students.  Please submit this form to your School's coordinator by May 11 if you have special dietary needs or will be observing Ramadan.

Mail - Please arrange for your packages to arrive after you do.  The college cannot accept them before the summer sessions begin. Your address while on the Mills campus will be:

Your Name
Your Language School Student
Middlebury at Mills
5000 MacArthur Blvd
Oakland, CA  94613

Athletic Facilities

Middlebury students, faculty, and staff are welcome to use all athletic facilities on campus, including the fitness center, pool, tennis courts, soccer field, and running trail.

When using Mills College recreational facilities, please remember to bring your Middlebury at Mills College photo ID. There is absolutely no food or drink (except water) allowed into any of these facilities.

Fitness Center

Located in Haas Pavilion

     Hours:

     M-F: 6pm-8:30am & 2:30pm-8:30pm

     S-S: 12pm-8pm

Trefethen Aquatic Center

Located behind Haas Pavilion

**Summer Schedule coming in May**

Tennis Courts

If you wish to use the tennis courts, you will need to sign out a key from your School's Bilingual Office.  You will use the online reservation system, which will be provided to you upon your arrival at Mills

Career Services

If you attend the Middlebury Language Schools, you are able to utilize the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI). Services include the following:

  • Career Advising
  • Networking through MiddNet
  • Resume Reviews
  • Online Resources
  • Job Listings
  • On-campus Recruiting Events

View Summer 2017 CCI events.

Computing
Connecting Your Computer to the Middlebury Network

Accessing BannerWeb

Middlebury College uses BannerWeb, a secure program for students to view their academic records. In order to access BannerWeb, you must provide your 8-digit student ID# (included in your acceptance letter) and a 6-digit PIN. For your initial entry into the BannerWeb system, your PIN is set to your Date of Birth (MMDDYY). Upon first entry to the system, you are prompted to change this. You will find more information on accessing BannerWeb here. The BannerWeb portal can be accessed via Quick Links at the bottom of the Middlebury College main page.

Activating Your Middlebury Email Account

Your email Username and Password give you access to your Middlebury e-mail.  You can learn your e-mail Username and set your Password using Middlebury’s Activate web page.  You must know your 8-digit Middlebury ID number (in your official letter of admission) and your 6-digit BannerWeb PIN. 

1.  Go to http://go.middlebury.edu/activate  

2.  In the ID field, type your Middlebury ID number.

3.  In the PIN field, type your 6-digit BannerWeb PIN. 

4.  Click Logon.

5.  The Middlebury College Agreement Statement for Responsible Computing displays.  Click on Agree and click Submit.

6.  Your campus-wide Username is displayed at the top of the page (e.g., “Your username is: jklinger”).

7.  In the Enter New Password field, type your new password.

8.  In the Confirm New Password field, type your new password again, and click Continue.

9.  Restart your computer.  You should now be able to check your Middlebury email via webmail.  Webmail can be accessed via Quick Links at the bottom of the Middlebury College main page.

Forwarding Your Middlebury Email To Your Primary Email Account

1. Go to http://go.middlebury.edu/forward

2. Enter your username and password.(Make sure you leave out the “@middlebury.edu” part of your email address, as this isn’t part of your username.)

3. Click Logon. The Email Forwarding page will open.

4. Click the radio button next to “Forward all the e-mail sent to user@middlebury.edu to this off campus email address”. Enter the off-campus address where you want to receive your mail.

5. Click Make Changes. A message will appear telling you that forwarding has been turned on. You’ll need to wait up to 30 minutes for forwarding to take effect.

6. Send yourself a test email to your Middlebury address to see whether forwarding has been enabled.

To Disable Forwarding:

1. Click the radio button in front of the words “Do not forward my e-mail. Keep it in my Middlebury mailbox”.

2. Click on Make Changes. A message will appear telling you that forwarding has been turned on. You’ll need to wait up to 30 minutes for forwarding to turn off.

Course Hub
The Course Hub is Middlebury College's gateway to course content for students and faculty.  The Semester Dashboard shows you the latest updates from all of your courses -- at a glance you can see if there have been new updates on the course blog, electronic reserves, or any other connected resources.

Canvas
Canvas is Middlebury's Learning Management System, a digital learning environment used by some of the Language Schools.A course written specifically for students, with clear instructions for how to navigate and participate in a Canvas course, is available here.

Emergency Information

Mills College Public Safety: 510.430.5555

Please program this number into your cell phone and use for medical emergencies as well as lock-outs.

Mills College Personal Safety Information

Mills College Emergency Map

Activating ConnectEd - ConnectEd is a contact tool to notify you in the event of a Mills campus emergency.  If you will have a cell phone at Mills, please enter your cell number in the ConnectEd system.

1.  Log on to BannerWeb using your 8-digit Middlebury ID number and 6-digit BannerWeb PIN.

2.  Select Personal Information.

3.  Select Update Cell Phone for Emergency Communications.

4.  Type in your cell phone number.

5.  Click Save.

Health and Counseling Services

All students are expected to be covered by their own health insurance plans during the period that they are with the Middlebury Language Schools.

When on Campus:

For medical emergencies, call 911. Afterwards, please call Mills College Public Safety at 510.430.5555 or x5555 so that they can direct medical personnel where to go on campus when they arrive.

For all other health care, Middlebury at Mills uses Golden Gate Urgent Care, a comprehensive facility nearby in Oakland. More information is available at www.goldengateurgentcare.com. An appointment is not necessary for urgent care.

You can be taken to Golden Gate Urgent Care free of charge by contacting your School’s Bilingual Assistant.  They have pre-filled taxi vouchers for your use.

Accident Insurance
Middlebury College provides supplementary accident insurance for students while they are enrolled in the summer session. The coverage is minimal and will pay for the expense of treating injuries up to a maximum of $5,000 for any one accident. Covered treatment includes X-rays, laboratory tests, surgery, physician’s visits, nursing care, hospital care and treatment, and prescription drugs.

Claims should be reported within 30 days from the date of the accident and applicable medical bills submitted within 90 days to:

HealthSmart Benefit Solutions
  HealthSmart Benefit Solutions
  3320 West Market St., Suite 100
  Fairlawn, OH 44333

 

Housing/What to Bring to Campus

Housing Information

You will be informed of your housing assignment upon your arrival. As housing assignments are made just before students arrive, we are unable to tell you of your specific rooming assignment before you arrive on campus.  Please do not call or email to find out your housing assignment.

 All students live in the assigned residence hall for their School and take their meals exclusively with members of their School. We strive to assign roommates of compatible language ability, age, and personal habits. There is no guarantee that students' special housing requests can be met, although we will make every effort to accommodate your needs as identified on the rooming card. Some rooms in the Language Schools are doubles, and you should be prepared for a dormitory situation.

Most faculty and staff also live in the dorms and all of them dine regularly with students. They are a dedicated team and they are available and eager to be of assistance to you both in and out of class, at work and at play.  At the same time, it would be unfair for any one student to make unreasonable demands of their time.  Consequently, the Language Schools cannot accommodate requests for special tutoring or individual instruction in work outside the regular curriculum.

As you will be living in relatively close quarters, noise can easily become a problem. We ask that you be respectful of your neighbors’ study and sleep habits.  If you know that you are a particularly sensitive sleeper, please bring appropriate items (such as earplugs and/or white noise machines) to help with your adjustment to living in the dorms.

Laundry

There are laundry rooms in each dorm on campus containing both washers and dryers. These washers and dryers are free of charge.

Laundry soap can be purchased in the Tea Room; there are no laundry soap dispensers in laundry facilities.

What to Bring to Campus

Items that are supplied in each room include:
Twin bed, standard mattress, desk, dresser, closet/wardrobe, overhead light, and wireless internet connection.

We recommend that students bring:
Mattress pad, towels, hangers, reading lamp and light bulbs, safe heavy extension cords with surge protection strips, shower caddy, flip flops, alarm clock, flashlight, extra blanket or sleeping bag, sports attire, coat and sweater, one nice outfit, USB drive, travel mug, medications, and other equipment, such as computers.

Linens: You will need to bring your own pillow, blanket, and sheets to Mills this summer. Residence Hall Linens offers all of the bedding items you will need.  Linens purchased using this link by May 25th for the 8-week program and by June 1st for the 7&6-week programs will be waiting for you to pick up at your School's Arrival Center.

When filling out a shipping address, please use the address for Mills College: 5000 MacArthur Blvd. Oakland, CA 94613.  Please also specify which school you will be attending.

Items that are permitted:
Electric blankets, small 24-inch ENERGY STAR refrigerators, irons with automatic shut-off mechanisms.

Items that are prohibited and subject to confiscation*:
Appliances with exposed heating elements (i.e. portable heaters, toasters, hot plates), candles, incense, halogen lamps, air conditioners, microwaves, firearms, pets.

*Any unauthorized air conditioners or material in violation of fire safety guidelines will be confiscated and donated to charity.  There is not room to store or hold confiscated items over the summer.  Pets are strictly prohibited on campus. Please visit the Mills College website for more information on fire safety.

Please note that smoking is prohibited in all buildings and within 30 feet of doorways, windows or airways.

School of Korean - You may want to bring musical instruments, a taekwondo uniform and dance shoes for a talent show and co-curricular activities.

 

Language Pledge

The unifying feature of the "Middlebury Method" has always been the Language Pledge: a firm commitment by each student to use only the language of the School during the entire session, wherever he or she may be. What distinguishes Middlebury’s language programs from other programs is the opportunity to learn the language by using it on a daily basis with your fellow students and with the faculty and staff. This practice has contributed significantly to the success of the Language Schools, and willingness to maintain the tradition is a measure of each student's motivation. All students and faculty members live in their language-specific dormitories, and take their meals together with their Language School in the dining hall.

The administration of the School takes the Pledge very seriously, but attempts to be reasonable and evenhanded in its application. On occasion, when a student must use English to communicate with shop clerks, non-language speaking staff of the College, etc., special permission need not be requested, but on each such occasion there must be a legitimate and demonstrable need. We ask only that the interaction be kept as short as possible. Students who may already know people in the community who do not speak the target language should avoid their company during the session except for legitimate business reasons. The Director reserves the right to dismiss without credit any student who proves unwilling to abide by the Pledge.

Please notify friends of the Language Pledge, which you will take for the duration of your studies in the Language Schools. You may want to request that they limit their telephone calls, e-mail and other contacts, as appropriate. We do understand the need to communicate with family or work, but we ask that you keep that to a minimum, and in the privacy of your own room.  Family and friends that do not speak the target language should not be brought into the dormitories. You may send and receive essential correspondence in English; however, newspapers, magazines, music, and recordings in English are NOT allowed on campus. However, there will be TV programming in language in the dormitories.

Local Information
Travel

Mills College is located at 5000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA  94613.

Air: The closest airports are Oakland International Airport, about 6 miles from Mills, and the San Francisco International Airport, about 26 miles from Mills. Viable ground transportation options to Mills from area airports are by airport shuttle bus, public transit, or taxi.

Automobile: Mills is located immediately off of Highway 580 in Oakland at the junction of Interstate 580 (MacArthur Freeway) and Highway 13 (Warren Freeway), approximately seven miles from the Bay Bridge.  For detailed driving directions please visit the Mills site or call 510.430.3250 for recorded directions.

Shuttle bus: Lower-cost shuttle bus services are available and can be used for transportation services between airports, hotels and campus:

Bayporter Express (877) 467-1800 or (415) 467-1800

Super Shuttle (800) 258-3826

Public Transit: From the San Francisco and Oakland airports, it is possible to take a direct BART (subway) train to Rockridge station in Oakland, where you can then take our campus shuttle or take a taxi from the taxi stand (~$35).

Bus: You can take public transportation to a public bus stop (Macarthur Blvd. and Richards Rd.) just outside Mills College from both the Oakland and San Francisco Airports.

511.Org - Transit.511.Org is a helpful tool to navigate Bay Area Public Transit, including AC Transit buses, BART trains (subways) and ferries. Transit.511.Org includes a Trip Planner.  By typing in start and end destinations or landmarks, Transit.511.Org shows public transportation routes, fares and schedules. Use caution taking public transportation at night, as you would in any unfamiliar metropolitan area. For Mills College, use 5000 MacArthur Blvd, 94613, as a start or end point.

At the time of publication one way bus fares within Oakland cost $2.10, with transfers an additional $0.25. Transbay buses (buses into San Francisco, such as the NL line that stops just outside of the Mills College gates) cost $4.20 with no additional cost for transfers.  Single rides can be purchased in cash from the bus driver.  Find Out More

Note: Numbered buses serve Oakland; Transbay buses are lettered, such as the NL, offering service from Mills to downtown San Francisco.

Clipper:

Clipper cards can be loaded with value and used on AC Transit buses (local and Transbay) SF Muni and BART systems, CalTrain and Golden Gate Transit (Ferry).

Where to buy:  Cards can be purchased and value can be added at many locations, including:

Walgreens #1536

3434 High Street
Oakland, CA 94619

510.261.1984

Order Clipper Cards Online (takes 5–10 business days)

Taxi: Taxi service to the Mills Campus is available at the Oakland and San Francisco airports. Rates are subject to change, but one can anticipate charges of $100 or more from San Francisco Airport and $40 or more from Oakland Airport.

Friendly Cab, East Bay (510) 536-3000

Yellow Cab, San Francisco (415) 333-3333

Campus Shuttle:  During the summer session, there will be a free shuttle to Rockridge on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Rockridge is a walkable neighborhood with shops, restaurants, supermarkets, and a BART station for those who want to travel to San Francisco or Berkeley.  The Arrival Day Shuttle Schedule is on this page under "Arrival on Campus." A full shuttle schedule will be included in your arrival packet.

End of Session: Middlebury at Mills will be running a free shuttle from the Mills campus to the Oakland Airport and the local BART station on Friday, August 4th.  More information, including a schedule, will be supplied to you upon arrival.

Recommended Hotels in the Area:
Recommended Hotels in the Area:
Comfort Inn & Suites (510) 568-1500
The Executive Inn & Suites (510) 536-6633 or (800) 346-6331
Courtyard Oakland Downtown (510) 625-8282 or (800) 346-6331
Homewood Suites by Hilton Oakland-Waterfront  (510) 663-2700

 

Please visit the Language Schools Facebook page if you would like to try to arrange a ride share. Language Schools staff cannot arrange ride shares.

Graduation

The 2017 Commencement ceremony for Schools on the Mills campus will take place on Thursday, August 3, at 4:00 pm at the Littlefield Concert Hall. If you expect to receive the MA or DML degree at the 2017 Commencement, you must confirm in advance with the Coordinator of your School that the School has received all necessary transcripts for transfer credits and that you have taken care of all other details.

In the spring, you will be sent an email that includes a link to a brief commencement questionnaire.  All students must complete the questionnaire regardless of their intention to attend commencement.  All students who participate in the August commencement ceremony must purchase and  wear a cap and gown.  An email with commencement procedures and details will be sent to all graduates in July. MA fee for gown is $48.69.  Gowns (includes hood, mortar board and tassel) are ordered by random sizing, S, M, L, and are yours to keep. For information on personalized announcements, go to www.Jostens.com.

School-Specific Information

Arabic School

8-Week (Intensive Immersion) Program Information-information to help you prepare for the summer

Weekly Schedule - A sample of what a "typical" week might look like in the Arabic School

Arrival Information:

Dormitories open the morning of the day of arrival as indicated below. Because dormitories are occupied by other groups shortly before the opening of the summer session, early arrivals are not possible, nor are we able to accept luggage sent in advance for storage.

  • Intensive Immersion 8-week session - Friday, June 9
  • Graduate 6-week session - Friday, June 23

We will run an Arrival Center for 8-week students from 11:00am - 8:00pm on Friday, June 9th at Warren Olney Hall, one of the Arabic dormitories.

Graduate students will check in with Public Safety and be directed to the housing office, where they may pick up their photo ID and room key. Details will be sent separately.

Permission to arrive late must be requested in writing and is granted by the Arabic School Director only when warranted by extraordinary circumstances.

Departure Information:

Both sessions end on Friday, August 4 at 1:30pm. Students may depart after that time on Friday, or on Saturday morning. A student who leaves before Friday without express permission of the director should be aware that s/he will receive a grade of WD/F. All students must vacate their dorms by Saturday, August 5 at 10:00am. 

Italian School

7-week and 3-week Italian School Opening Schedule

6-week Italian School Opening Schedule

Italian Schools Guide

Arrival Information
Dormitories open the morning of the day of arrival as indicated below. Because dormitories are occupied by other groups shortly before the opening of the summer session, early arrivals are not possible, nor are we able to accept luggage sent in advance for storage.

•7-week & 3-week (Italian for Adults): Friday, June 16 from 11 am to 8 pm (check-in Orchard Meadow Hall Main Entrance)
• Graduate 6-week session: Friday, June 23 from 11 am to 8 pm (check-in Orchard Meadow Hall Main Entrance)
•1-week Refresher Course:  Friday, July 14 from 9 am to 5 pm (check-in Orchard Meadow Hall, Italian School Offices)
Any student that arrives outside official arrival hours, must speak with the Public Safety officer at the main entrance and he/she will provide further instructions on where to pick up room keys and ID cards. Late arrivals must also report to the Italian School Office in Orchard Meadow Hall during the next business day to complete additional paperwork.
Permission to arrive late must be requested in writing and can only be granted by the Director of the Italian School.
 
Departure Information
• 3-week Italian for Adults - Classes end on Friday, July 7  (must vacate dorm by 10:00am on July 8)
• 1-week Refresher Course - Classes end on Friday, July 21  (must vacate dorm by 10:00am on July 22)
• 7-week session - Classes end on Thursday, August 3  (must vacate dorm by 10:00am on August 5)
• 6-week session - Classes end on Thursday, August 3  (all students must vacate dorm by 10:00am on August 5)
All students are encouraged to the attend the Italian School Final Banquet on the evening of Thursday, August 3.
A student who leaves earlier than the schedule above without express permission of the Director will receive a grade of WD/F.
School of Korean

Letter from the Director

Opening Activities Schedule 

Arrival Procedures

Arrival Information:
Dormitories open the morning of June 9th. Because dormitories are occupied by other groups until shortly before the opening of the summer session, early arrivals are not possible, nor are we able to accept luggage sent in advance for storage.
Permission to arrive late must be requested in writing and is granted only when warranted by extraordinary circumstances.
Departure Information:
The School of Korean session ends after the last class on Friday, August 5th, and students may plan to depart as early as 11:50 a.m. A student who leaves before this time without express permission of the Director and his/her professors should be aware that s/he will receive a grade of WD/F. All students must vacate the dorm by Saturday, August 5th at 10:00am.