K. Noise Issues
Middlebury College seeks to promote the quiet, comfort, and health of the College community and residents of the town of Middlebury. Students should neither cause nor condone excessive amounts of noise, but should strive to be considerate and respectful of others.
The following guidelines have been adopted to ensure that Middlebury students respect the peace and safety of their neighbors, inside and outside the premises of the College.
D. Coeducational Residential Social Houses
1. General College Expectations of Coeducational Residential Social Houses
C. Policy on Student Social Organizations
For the purposes of this document, a student social organization shall mean an organization, whether located on or off campus, comprised primarily or exclusively of Middlebury College students, that has some of the purposes or attributes of a fraternity, sorority, or social house. This does not imply that Middlebury College authorizes, sponsors, or extends recognition to any off-campus student organizations.
The Community Council serves as a forum in which all the segments of the College community: administration, faculty, staff, and students, have a voice on nonacademic issues facing the College. With this representative membership, Community Council deliberations and decisions take into consideration the interests and concerns of the whole community. The diverse membership assures that each member of the council hears and understands the views of the other sections of the community, thus linking the four groups that compose the Middlebury College community.