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Student Organization Registration

 

Student organization registration for established student organizations takes place every fall, but NO LATER THAN 5 PM ON THE FIRST SATURDAY OF OCTOBER.

Becoming a New Student Organization


Student organizations can be started at any time between October and April. An important question to ask yourself as you follow this process is “What does this organization give/do for Middlebury College that no other organization does?

 

Listed below is an overview of the process you will need to follow:

 

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New space for queer studies is one student’s legacy

On a typical Thursday evening, senior Christine Bachman is busy hosting students at the Queer Studies House, a residential academic interest house with a focus on queer studies. These evenings are called “Thursday Teas.” Sipping tea and eating cookies, Bachman and the four other residents of the house start informal conversations on a variety of topics related to queer studies, an emerging interdisciplinary field that critiques traditional norms of sexuality and gender. Sometimes, as many as 30 or 40 students stop by for these gatherings.

Students honored at 16th annual Public Service Leadership Awards event

Forty-seven Middlebury College students and two student organizations were honored for their volunteerism at the 16th annual Public Service Leadership Awards reception held April 29 at the McCullough Student Center.

The students were nominated by service agencies throughout Addison County, by local individuals, and by their peers. All of the nominees received certificates from President Ronald D. Liebowitz and recognition from the more than 100 students, faculty, staff, and community members in attendance at the dinner.