In response to increasing demand for admission to the Middlebury Language Schools, we also offer a West Coast learning site.
Middlebury at Mills brings our established Language Schools programs to the historic Mills College campus in Oakland, California. This provides a unique opportunity for our West Coast students to experience Language Schools closer to home, and for East Coast students to explore the liveliness and cultural diversity of the Bay Area.
Designed to provide the accelerated language acquisition students expect from the Language Schools, Middlebury at Mills offers instruction in Arabic, Italian, and Spanish. Students admitted to the Arabic School and Italian School will study at Mills. Students in Spanish may choose either the Middlebury or Mills campus. Application and financial aid processes are identical to those for the Middlebury campus.
Mills College Information
Founded in 1852, Mills College is a nationally renowned independent liberal arts college for women, with graduate programs for both women and men. Mills is ranked one of the top colleges in the West by U.S. News & World Report and one of the "Best 376 Colleges" in the nation by the Princeton Review. The College is also recognized for the diversity of its student body, with more than one third of the 1,500+ students identifying as students of color.
Located in the foothills of Oakland, California, on the east shore of the San Francisco Bay, Mills College resides on a lush 135-acre park-like campus. Amid the green, rolling hills and century-old eucalyptus trees, students find a great place to live and learn. The Mills campus is heavily accented with Mediterranean-style buildings, along with paths and streams that wind their way through tree groves and meadows. At first glance, the tranquil beauty of Mills College belies the pulse of activity that beats within its gates. As you'll discover when you visit campus, Mills is home to one of the most progressive educational experiences available today.