Students work with a faculty member in the Graduate Writing Center, one of several academic resources available.

Center for Advising and Career Services

The Center for Advising and Career Services (CACS) is your resource for all your academic and professional needs—mapping your academic plan, matching programs to your career goals, and guiding your career search.

The Graduate Writing Center

The Institute’s Graduate Writing Center offers free, one-on-one writing tutoring to all students.

Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry

The Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry (DLINQ), is the result of unifying the Academic Technology Group in Middlebury, the Digital Learning Commons in Monterey, and the Office of Digital Learning. DLINQ was officially created in January, 2018, and forms a dynamic, strategic, robust, and more accessible resource for faculty, staff, and students across all of Middlebury’s programs.

DLINQ explores and creates digital practices and spaces that advance the transformative potential of education in students’ lives.

Digital Learning Commons

The Digital Learning Commons is a campus hub for technology, innovation, exploration, and peer-to-peer teaching and learning.


The Mixed-Methods Evaluation, Training, and Analysis (META) Lab addresses the rising demand for evidence-based policy evaluation.

Support for Grant Opportunities

Faculty, staff, and students have support for grant opportunities with government agencies, foundations, corporations, and other grant-making organizations that support the mission of the Institute.