Armstrong Science Library
The James I. and Carol Aymar Armstrong Science Library, housed in McCardell Bicentennial Hall, provides curriculum support in the fields of biology, chemistry and biochemistry, computer science, environmental studies, geography, geology, physics, and psychology.
Middlebury College has extensive collections relating to the history, politics, and culture of Vermont. Older material (pre-1900) and fragile and rare material is shelved in Special Collections. Material in the collection includes early Vermont maps, postcards, the Rutland Railroad Archives, and the Crown Point Road Archives.
Davis Family Library
The Middlebury Libraries acquire and provide access to information resources in a variety of formats to support the teaching and research needs of the College's students, faculty, and staff.
Other Collections on Campus
Alison Fraker Reading Room
Karin Hanta, Director of Chellis House
The Government Documents Collection, located on the main level of the Davis Family Library, contains more than 250,000 publications published by various agencies of the United States Government from 1832 to the present. Government documents provide information on a vast range of subjects and in many formats, including print, microfiche, CD-ROM and floppy disks, videotapes, and online resources.