Welcome Class of 2019

As we say goodbye to the Class of 2015, the staff of Parton Center for Health and Wellness joins in welcoming the Class of 2019 to Middlebury College!  Parton offers integrated care for students through our Health Services, Counseling and Sports Medicine departments. 

As you prepare for the 2015-2016 academic year, please be aware that Middlebury College requires you to complete and return the 2015-16 Student Health Form by July 01, 2015. Information about the process and a link to this form can be found here.  Share and discuss this information with your parents or guardians and your health care provider prior to arriving on campus. 


For resources on enhancing wellness, click here.

     WomenSafe Support Group

For Individuals Who Have Experienced Sexual and Dating Violence
Meeting on Fridays:  3 pm - 4:15 pm (except during school breaks)

More information can be found here: WomenSafe

                   2014-2015 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

As an international educational institution, Middlebury College monitors international health situations.  The current outbreak of Ebola virus in West Africa has prompted the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to issue a level 3 travel warning urging all US residents to avoid nonessential travel to Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia. While the threat of Ebola to the Middlebury campus is extremely low, medical staff will continue to monitor the situation and inform the community if the risk increases. 

At this time, Middlebury College health professionals encourage people to:

  1. Read Middlebury specific updates and information about Ebola, which includes detailed information for Middlebury College and Monterey.
  2. Stay informed by monitoring the CDC Ebola website, including CDC information specific for colleges and universities.
  3. Follow CDC advice regarding non-essential travel to designated high-risk areas.
  4. Note that anyone who has traveled to or is currently traveling in the affected areas, or who travels to those areas in the future (until further notice), will be required to delay his or her return to the Middlebury or Monterey campus for 21 days post departure from the affected areas.


Middlebury College is committed to providing excellent care and support for students suffering from a concussion.  Resources for students, including the Return to Function Process, can be found in the Health Topics section of this website under Concussion.


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Health Services
Centeno House
1st & 2nd Floor
Phone: 802.443.5135
Fax: 802.443.2066

Centeno House
3rd Floor
Phone: 802.443.5141
Fax: 802.443.3407

Sports Medicine
Field House
Phone: 802-443-2315
Fax:  802-443-2094