A. Student Organization Policies
a. All student organizations are subject to College policies.
b. All recognized student organizations must register annually with the Center for Campus Activities and Leadership and have constitutions that have been approved by the Constitution Committee of the Student Government Association. The Constitution Committee may not approve a constitution with provisions that are in violation of Federal, State, or local laws, or Handbook policy.
A. Principles for Residential Life
The following are the guiding principles for residential life at Middlebury College, as adopted by the Community Council in 1991 and presented to the Board of Trustees in March 1991.
1. Students at a residential college are part of a community of learners. Residential life supports and complements the academic programs and educational mission of the College.
The Giddy Whirl: 200 Years of Social Dance at Middlebury College
An online version of the Special Collections exhibit about social dancing at Middlebury from 1800 to the present. The exhibit was on view in the College Library from September 2005 through January 2006. Materials contained in this exhibit were digitized from the originals in the College Archives, the Abernethy Collection, the Flanders Collection, Rare Books & Manuscripts, the Henry Sheldon Museum, and the curator's personal collection.