The Bread Loaf School of English offers an innovative, state-of-the-art graduate curriculum in the fields of literature, pedagogy and literacy, creative writing, and theater arts.
The internationally renowned programs will celebrate a century of immersive language and culture study this year as well as the debut of the Korean School.
The Middlebury Development Review Board voted to approve College plans to build residence halls in the Ridgeline area of campus.
Annual award created by Professor Emeritus Rudolf K. Haerle, Jr., recognizes leadership, attitude, stewardship, and community service.
Fourteen students will work with the professional company in acting and crew roles.
Ralph Gardner, Jr. ’75 describes his return to Middlebury after many years, and how the institution shaped his outlook on life.
Stanford digital learning scholar Amy Collier will begin work at Middlebury July 1.
Nearly 2000 alumni gathered on campus for a weekend of reuniting with old friends and making new ones.
Middlebury recently concluded its largest-ever fundraising effort. Learn more about the impact of The Middlebury Initiative.
Middlebury's chapter of the nation's oldest academic honor society welcomed members from the class of 2015 on commencement weekend.