COMMUNITY. IDENTITY. CULTURE. SUPPORT. ADVOCACY. BELONGING.

644 Visits to the AFC during the academic year
93 Participants in parent and family orientation during First@Midd this year--A record high.
45 Events held for the year
Students and AFC Assistant Director enjoy games together

Programs and Services

From advising and mentoring to community-building and celebrating identity, the Anderson Freeman Resource Center provides its students with a variety of offerings to support them in all aspects of academic, social, personal, and communal life.

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First Generation Student Support

Starting with First@Midd pre-orientation, the AFC offers continued support to first generation students with programming the brings together first-generation faculty staff and students.

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  • Mary Annette Anderson, valedictorian of the Class of 1899, was the first woman of color to graduate from Middlebury.

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  • Martin Henry Freeman, salutatorian of the Class of 1849, was the first African- American president of a U.S. college.

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