Check back as more frequently asked questions will be added in the months to come. In the meantime, please refer to Middlebury College’s official announcements page.
Banks in town accept student accounts and have cash machines, and there are several on-campus Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs). Students may cash up to $50 in traveler’s checks at the Cashier’s Office, as well as checks from parents or guardians when made payable to a student. One day’s notice is required to cash a check for more than $50. Students interested in establishing local bank accounts may contact any of the banks below.
36 Middle Road
47 Creek Road
National Bank of Middlebury
30 Main Street
Offers ePanther account for Middlebury College students and has two ATMs on campus.
People’s United Bank
114 South Village Green
Vermont Federal Credit Union
1 Court Street
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust
2 Park Street, Brandon
We hope to make your visit to campus as successful as possible. If you or a member of your party has special needs regarding mobility, or visual or hearing impairments, please contact us at 802-443-3103 or email@example.com.
*ASL interpreters are available upon request with advanced notice.
All students who choose to work on or off campus must complete a W-4 and an I-9 form in the Student Employment Office. The I-9 is a Federal form that helps establish employment eligibility. You must bring either a Social Security card or a birth certificate and picture ID. Passports are accepted as picture ID (International Students). Also accepted are a driver’s license with the Social Security number on it (U.S. citizens) or a notarized copy of any of the above.
International students will learn about on-campus employment opportunities and the requirements for obtaining off-campus work authorization during Early Arrival. These students should always consult with International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) prior to engaging in employment to avoid a violation of their visa status. To learn about how an international student can obtain a Social Security Card, please visit http://www.middlebury.edu/international/isss/FAQ/AcademicyearFAQ.
Information concerning Orientation groups will likely be given Mid-Summer for September arrivals. February arrivals should expect information concerning orientation in the Winter. Please check your email frequently for updates.
All information, including past emails and announcements, can be found on the Middlebury 2020-2021 site. Check back frequently for updates concerning Fall 2021.
Please refer to this Spring 2021 Arrival Planning Guide.
Housing assignments for incoming new students are typically released about a week before new students return to campus. When housing assignments are ready, students will receive an email from the Residential Life team letting them know that their housing information is ready to view within the housing portal. It will include both building/room information and if they have a roommate. Additional housing information can be found on the Residential Life website.
The orientation team will keep our website updated with any new information by linking to the Middlebury 2020-2021 page. Check back frequently for updates concerning Fall 2021.
Closer to arrival the College will send out a communication that will allow you to self-schedule your arrival test based on the time and day you believe you’ll come to campus.
Incoming First Year students arriving in September will rank top choices for their First Year Seminars in a survey that will be completed from June 24th to June 30th. Registration for the remaining courses will be completed during the Orientation period.
Incoming First Year students arriving in February will register for their First Year seminars in January, and register for the remainder of their courses during February orientation.
All parking information can be found on the Public Safety website.
First Year students will be able to ship items to the campus mail center prior to arrival on campus. More information concerning specific dates will be released closer to Orientation.