Campus Resources

Check out these links to discover the variety of resources and services Middlebury has to offer students. For a full list of campus resources please view our Student Life page.

Anderson Freeman Resource Center

The Anderson Freeman Resource Center (AFC), located in Carr Hall, works to promote an inclusive and welcoming learning environment for the Middlebury community. In particular, this work includes support for students of color; first-generation college students; students from low-income backgrounds; LGBTQ+ students; international students; and other students who have been historically underrepresented or marginalized in U.S. higher education.

Athletics

All Middlebury students are required to obtain two Physical Education credits to graduate. Click here to learn more about the courses offered, with selections ranging from yoga and massage to kick boxing and snow shoeing.

Chaplain's Office

With a geographically diverse student body, our campus is home to a rich spectrum of religious traditions. The Chaplain's Office creates opportunities for fruitful interfaith dialogue and fosters respect for the religious beliefs and practices of the people who make up the Middlebury community. Please visit this page to read some welcoming remarks by the Office of the Chaplain.

Center for Careers and Internships

CCI helps students pursue their interests, gain real-world experience, and plan for the road ahead. It's never too early to start exploring! Go here to learn about their office hours, career resources, and open house for your Feb class.

Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research

The CTLR is brimming with academic resources to help students with their writing, time-management, and oral presentation skills, among many others. Check out the following document to learn more about the services available to students.

Dining Services

Dining Services include three dining halls and retail operations such as the Grille, Wilson Cafe, and 51 Main. Click here to read their menus, prices, and hours of operation.

Eat Real

EatReal is a student-run organization that aims to increase the amount of real food served in Middlebury's dining halls. Check out EatReal's website here and their inventive cookbook here. For more information about the Real Food Challenge, check out their website, calculator, and this detailed explanation of each real food criteria.

Information Technology Services

Middlebury College has a wide array of technology options available for students. Click here to learn about the top things to know regarding technology at Midd as described by students.

You may also check out this Student Computing Guide that is put together by Information Technology Services for an introduction to computing and technology at Middlebury.

Middlebury College Museum of Art

The Museum boasts a collection spanning the history of art and includes works by Rembrandt, Picasso, Matisse, and Warhol, among many others. Membership in the Museum is free for all Midd students! Click here to find out more about the perks about becoming a member.

Middlebury Libraries

There is such a wide assortment of books, articles, and reference sources both online and in print that it can be difficult to parse through them. Visit this site for a handy quick guide on how to find, evaluate, and use information available at the library.

Residential Life and Housing

Residential housing at Middlebury is based on the philosophy that students work together with their room, hall, and dorm mates, to create a safe and supportive living and learning environment. Click here to learn more about new student housing, and click here to read about the room draw process for students who have already been on campus for a semester.

Student Accessibility Services

Middlebury College is committed to making reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities as required by law. Visit this form to read about and fill out the special needs identification form for undergraduates.

Student Employment Office

All students are eligible for all on-campus jobs, regardless of their financial status. Part-time jobs on campus afford students the opportunity to acquire and enhance certain workplace skills, knowledge, and abilities that are transferable to life outside Middlebury. Go here to read some frequently asked questions about finding a job on campus.

Study Abroad

Each year, more than fifty percent of the junior class at Middlebury studies abroad in more than 40 countries and over 75 different programs and universities. Check out the following document to plan your study abroad experience as a first-year student. Please note the Study Abroad Fair is from 12-3 pm on Thursday, September 22, 2016.

PDF iconStudy Abroad FAQs for first-years 2016.pdf