MiddSafe Confidential Advocates

Free and confidential support, information, referrals, and advocacy from trained Middlebury students. A 24-hour student-run hotline is available when undergraduate classes are in session on the Middlebury, Vermont, campus.


(802) 377-0239



Confidential 24-hour support, information, referrals, and advocacy for community member of all genders and sexual orientations

(802) 388-4205


Department of Public Safety

Emergency response, safety planning, accommodations, No Contact Orders, recording reports, campus and community-based transportation


125 South Main Street

Not Confidential

Commons Dean

Dean's excuses, room changes, holistic institutional support


Not Confidential

Middlebury Police Department

1 Lucius Shaw Ln
Middlebury, VT 05753

(802) 388-3191

Not Confidential

Vermont State Police

2490 Ethan Allen Hwy
New Haven, VT 05472

(802) 388-4919

Not Confidential

Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC)

24/7 support for all community members

89 Main Street
Middlebury, VT 05753


Counseling Support Line

(855) 465-5013 or call Counseling and follow voicemail prompts. Available 24/7/365 whenever the Parton counseling office is closed (evenings and weekends)


  • (802) 443-5141 (press 1 to be connected to a counselor if it is after hours)


College Chaplains

For individuals of all faiths and beliefs


Porter Medical Center

SANE exam, STD testing, evidence collection, injury triage, hospital resources

115 Porter Drive
Middlebury, VT 05753

(802) 388-4701


Emergency Medical Fund

Please contact your Commons dean for more information.

Vermont Economic Services Division

Emergency help to meet basic needs for health insurance, child care, food and fuel assistance

(800) 479-6151

Not Confidential

Residential Life

Your commons’s Commons Residential Director (CRD), First-Year Counselor (FYC), Resident Assistant (RA), Community Assistant (CA)


Not Confidential

Administration Committee

The Administration Committee hears requests from students and faculty for exceptions to academic policies.

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

A nationwide partnership of more than 1,100 local rape treatment hotlines provides survivors with free, confidential services around the clock. RAINN can transfer callers to local hotlines and shelters closest to their current location. There is also a chat function available on their website.