I'm not sure where you're getting that impression. Middlebury has balanced undergraduate and graduate programs for a century, starting with the first language school in 1915. But the foundation of the institution has always been the undergraduate college. Unlike Dartmouth, say, undergraduates at Middlebury don't share resources and faculty attention with graduate students during the academic year. That's decidedly different from a university model. All Middlebury seems to have done is to provide clarity about what it has been doing for many years.

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