Students meet each other at one of the Institute's many sponsored events.

Get to know the Middlebury Institute through events that we regularly host on campus, online, and in cities near you.

COVID-19 Update: In-Person Events Temporarily Suspended

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are temporarily suspending any in-person admissions events, including campus visits and our admissions team visits to your area. We are taking these steps to play our part in slowing the spread of the coronavirus and to protect you and our campus community.

We apologize for this inconvenience and we look forward to meeting you online soon and in-person in the future.

Online Events

Sign up for an upcoming online discussion with Middlebury Institute experts. Recordings of past discussions are also available. The discussions last about 20 minutes and cover topics in international security, sustainable development, human rights and social change, and language, culture, and education. Recent discussions have focused on finding a career in the language and technology industry, North Korea’s nuclear program, the U.S.-China trade war, domestic terrorism in the U.S., and living with climate change.

Events Near You

Our faculty and enrollment advisors regularly visit cities around the world to connect with prospective students like you. Let us know where you’re currently living and we’ll get in touch when we’re next hosting an event near you. Contact us if you have any questions. See upcoming events below.

Meet Us In:

Online  
Jan 28 Teaching and the Pedagogy of Memory (watch the recording)
Feb 1 Governor Bill Richardson: War and Peace—The Importance of Multilateral Diplomacy (watch the recording)
Mar 3 COVID-19 as a Prism to Reexamine the Past and Imagine a New Future (WorldViews Speaker Series)
Mar 9 Leveraging Girls’ Education For a New Green Learning Agenda 
Mar 22–26 Virtual Preview Days
Apr 7 Freedom and the U.S. Economy: From Trump to Biden (WorldViews Speaker Series)
Apr 21 Salt of the Earth: The Rhetoric of White Supremacy (Faculty at Home Series)
May 6 Conspiracies and Disinformation: New Challenges or Sources of Timeless Turmoil? (Faculty at Home Series)