Updated for 2015-2016 Housing Process
Residential Life has partnered with the office of Health and Wellness Education to offer a residence for students to learn about and practice a holistic approach to making their minds and bodies healthier. Students living in the Wellness House have the option to work with a peer Programming Assistant who lives in the house to select from interest areas such as nutrition, fitness, sexual health, alcohol, and drugs and assist with programming in these areas. However, Wellness House is not just for health or fitness enthusiasts, the focus is applicable for anyone and everyone. If you are interested in making healthier decisions and improving the quality of your time here at Middlebury, then the Wellness House is for you!
Substance-free means that all residents agree to keep the influences of alcohol, tobacco and illegal drugs out of their house. Due to the theme and location of the property, the Wellness House maintains a quiet environment.
Jewett House is an ideal location on the periphery of campus in a residential neighborhood. The house has a kitchen, dining room and living room area for ten (10) residents (4 single and 3 double rooms). The house is open to rising Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors.
Students who apply are committing to the program and, if accepted, may not participate in any other fall term housing processes. Should they choose to withdraw from the House they will be housed during the Summer Housing process. Students who are not accepted may participate in subsequent fall term housing processes.
Applications open January 12 and remain open until the house is filled.
Applications now being accepted...