At Middlebury, we welcome a diversity of perspectives and create opportunities for all students to participate in critical engagement and thoughtful collaboration as a community.
As we seek to build a Middlebury community that is representative of the world we live in today, we are intentional in our holistic review of applications and fully consider the context of each applicant. We work to ensure access by offering the following:
At Middlebury, you will engage meaningfully with people from all walks of life. Our goal is to celebrate and affirm diverse communities starting with the admissions process and throughout a student’s time here.
One of several residential social houses on campus, PALANA (Pan-African, Latino, Asian, and Native American) is a long-standing, student-driven space on campus for students with an interest in diversity and intercultural conversation.
A residential space for students who are interested in deepening their knowledge and experience of various religions, spiritualties and secular traditions, MOSAIC commits fully to living within difference, and not in spite of it.
MILC is a cultural organization cluster with the goal of ensuring collaboration and communication between cultural orgs on campus. Groups under the MILC umbrella include Alianza Latinoamerica y Caribeña, Asian Students in Action, Distinguished Men of Color, Womxn of Color, Raisins (radical Asians), Arabesque: The Arab Heritage Club, and Scandinavian Society.
Maya Gee ’22 hails from Waikoloa, Hawai’i, and she is majoring in Sociology and minoring in Education Studies. In addition to her job at Admissions, she is a First-Year Counselor on Residential Life, Sophomore Senator on the Student Government Association, and player on the Women’s Waterpolo team. Maya loves talking with and helping prospective students envision themselves on campus. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, taking polaroid photos, and hanging out in the greenhouse on campus.