Middlebury has numerous resources for academic support on campus.

Students who were very successful in high school can still face challenges as they transition to the academic life at a competitive college. The options below can help:

  • Learning Resources provides academic support and one-on-one tutorials about time management and study skills.
  • The Writing Center provides students the opportunity to meet with writing center profressionals and peer writing tutors at every stage of the writing process. Writing Center faculty also offer Writing and Rhetoric courses that help students improve their writing skills.
  • Tutoring is available for individuals and study groups in entry level courses, as well as drop-in sessions.
  • STEM and Quantitative Support assists students in reviewing prior mathematics knowledge, deciding what math course to take, discussing homework, preparing quantitative reports, and practicing for tests. Students may schedule weekday sessions in advance, or may drop in, as needed, to MBH 209.
  • The Health Professions site provides valuable and insightful information for those interested in the pre-med track or general medicine.