Exterior view of Middlebury's Davis Family Library at dusk, with a view through the lighted windows to students inside studying.
As a central space on campus, the Davis Family Library brings together students, faculty, and staff for all kinds of activities. Catch up with friends in Wilson Café, collaborate on a project in the media lab, or tuck into a carrel for some quiet reading.
Biology students work in nearby woods to gather specimens from tree leaves.
A key element of a Middlebury education is getting out of the classroom and into the field. Our distinctive location provides access to the forests, valleys, and numerous lakes, rivers, and creeks.
Dancers perform as part of a student-run dance troupe.
We have dozens of clubs and organizations, from fencing to improv to student dance troupes—and the resources for you to start something new as well.
Nighttime view of Middlebury's Mittelman Observatory lit up from inside.
Our robust curriculum in the sciences explores everything from the microscopic to the interstellar, whether you’re planting seeds in the BiHall Greenhouse or searching for stars in the Mittelman Observatory.
A close-up of several students in a classroom discussion.
All your classes are taught by Middlebury faculty members—not graduate assistants—and you have more than 850 courses in 44 majors to choose from. Classes are small, and your professors are invested in your success.
A close up of two women playing in a varsity soccer game on the Middlebury field.
Choose from 31 varsity sports or a host of intramural and club opportunities. Middlebury is a member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and has celebrated numerous NCAA championships.
Two woman study beside a full sized colorful wall mural in Middlebury's Anderson Freeman Resource Center,
Not only will you find your place here, but you’ll find opportunities to share your values. The vibrant and inviting Anderson Freeman Resource Center promotes an inclusive and welcoming learning environment for our campus community.