Campus Resources

All Gender Restrooms are located in the McCullough Student Center, Adirondack House, Axinn, Carr Hall (Anderson Freeman Resource Center), Armstrong Library, Athletic Complex, the Davis Family Library, Chellis House, Hillcrest, Centeno House (Parton Center), Hathaway House (Scott Center) Old Chapel, and the Sunderland Language Center.

All Gender Housing is a rooming option in which two or more students may share a multiple-occupancy bedroom, in mutual agreement, regardless of the students’ sex or gender.

Anderson Freeman Resource Center (AFC) provides resources and programming that encourage the holistic development of Middlebury’s increasingly diverse undergraduate student body as they attain their goals of academic achievement and personal growth, while exploring and sustaining their identities and cultures.

Gay and Lesbian Employees at Middlebury (GLEAM) is an informal social and resource group for faculty and staff employees of Middlebury College. GLEAM's mission is to promote understanding and acceptance of all LGBTQ members of the Middlebury Community.

Parton Center for Health and Wellness promotes student well-being in a confidential environment. The excellent medical, counseling, and sports medicine staff are available to help if physical, emotional, or interpersonal issues become a problem.

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Office of Health & Wellness Education supports students’ physical, mental, social, environmental, spiritual, and academic health and wellness by integrating prevention and health promotion into students’ individual and communal lives.

Queers & Allies (Q&A) is an organization for students of all genders and sexualities.

Queer Studies House (QSH—pronounced kwish) is an academic interest house with the mission of promoting the academic pursuit of queer studies and creating a safe space for students of all sexual and gender identities.

Queer and Trans People of Color (QTPOC) is a continuing initiative where students, faculty, and staff, who identify as queer, trans, and of color express and explore notions of gender and sexuality in a welcoming space.