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TOGETHER, WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Make your gift by June 27.

As our fiscal year winds down, we’re rallying support for Middlebury students.

No matter the amount, your gift to Middlebury by midnight on June 27 helps students thrive and prepares them to do the greatest good in their lives after Middlebury. Each gift builds on the one before it, creating the best possible experience for our students.

June Challenge 2024

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Middlebury. It looks a little different through the years, but so much remains the same. Engaging classes, talented professors, lifelong friends, and the support of alumni like you. 

You are a part of our history and our future. Your gift today makes a difference, helping Middlebury students follow in your footsteps.

For Every Future: The Campaign for Middlebury

For Every Future: The Campaign for Middlebury is the largest, most comprehensive effort of its kind in Middlebury history. Now entering its public phase, it will raise $600 million in new investment from alumni, parents, and friends. The institution is already more than halfway toward that goal, with commitments totaling $383 million made during the campaign’s three-year leadership phase. 

Middlebury also seeks to engage 85 percent of undergraduate alumni through the campaign. Sixty-four percent of undergraduate alumni have already contributed by making gifts, volunteering, or participating in campus, regional, or online events.

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Help shape our students’ futures—and Middlebury’s!

When you give to Middlebury, you make an extraordinary education available to exceptional students. You honor people who shaped your life. You strengthen the institution that means so much to you. Through Middlebury, you touch the lives of talented people who can work across intellectual, cultural, and geographic borders and who will make a positive difference in the world.

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See Your Support in Action

  • Academic Excellence

    I’ve always understood that education, as they say, is a teacher on one end of a log and a student on the other end of a log. That’s the core.”

    — D. E. Axinn Professor of English and Creative Writing, Jay Parini

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  • Capital Projects

    Fifty-five years after the building first welcomed students of the arts, the Christian A. Johnson Memorial Building has been reborn. The renovated building—one of the most architecturally significant on the campus—reopened for classes this fall, creating a spectacular home for the Studio Art Department and Architectural Studies program, as well as a makerspace open to the community.

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  • Access

    Sophomore Noah Lee’s dream is to become an orthopedic surgeon. “I love working with my hands, and medicine is something I have always been interested in. I want to help people, and being able to work with athletes would be awesome because of how much I can relate to them,” he says. 

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  • Experience

    “Our full-time assistant position is invaluable to our program says. Not only does it support our day-to-day essential responsibilities, it also exposes our players to confident, capable, and motivated young professionals.”

    — Kate Perine Livesay ‘03, Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach

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