Your health and well-being are essential to your success as part of this community. Student Services is here to help you find the health-related resources you need to maintain a balanced lifestyle.
Physical and Mental Health
As an enrolled Middlebury Institute student you have access to TimelyCare for the duration of your program, giving you access to a wide range of physical and mental health services 24/7/365, from most locations (some restrictions do apply). Learn more at go.miis.edu/timelycare.
Emergency Contact Information and Resources
Please review this important emergency contact information in case of illness or accident.
Students enrolled in long- or short-term programs are required to have health insurance. To meet this requirement, you must ensure you have health insurance by the first day of each semester. Learn more about obtaining health insurance, review resources and helpful information to inform your plan selection, and learn about some California-specific options here.
The Institute recognizes and supports the standards set forth in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, which are designed to eliminate discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities. The Institute is committed to making reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities as required by law.
Health101 / Campus Well E-Zine
Campus Well, provided by Middlebury, is a targeted and customized site that provides articles, resources and guidance on a variety of health-related topics. Students are encouraged to explore the site and sign up for a monthly digest of articles to support overall well-being and positive mental health. The section with resources about mental health may be especially useful.
Positive Wellness Programming
Wellness, Movement and Fitness Opportunities
Current schedule for classes and workshops, including access links, are on the Student Services Calendar. Note: login to Google with your Middlebury account to view.
Each semester, Student Services offers a number of programs, partnerships and classes that allow students to engage in proactive wellness activities for free.
Monterey Sports Center Pass Program
We have partnered with the Monterey Sports Center, which is only a few blocks away from the MIIS Campus. To pick up one-visit passes, simply drop by the Student Services office! Make sure you have your student ID with you. This program is offered at the start of the Fall semester, and will continue until we run out of passes.
Middlebury College Offerings
Middlebury College has a number of online programs and self-guided resources that are available to all Middlebury students, including those at the Institute.
- Health Coaching
Health educators based in Vermont are excited to partner with students across Middlebury programs to support health and well-being. Health coaching involves supporting students as they set goals, name challenges, unearth values & strengths, and access intrinsic motivations to develop and sustain healthy behaviors and attitudes. Students can schedule up to two follow up appointments with a health educator for a total of three coaching sessions. Health coaching is never a replacement for medical care or mental health counseling and is not appropriate to address crisis or emergency situations. Check here to learn more.
- 21-Day Sleep Challenge
A 21-day email-based resource to help you with tips and tricks to improve the quality of your sleep. Use this link to sign up.
- Alcohol, Cannabis, Nicotine or Other Drug Misuse and Abuse Support
Review this document of specific programs and opportunities to meet one-on-one with Middlebury health educators.
Physical Wellbeing and Health
- Visit our discounts page to learn about discounts for local gym and studio memberships.
Mindfulness for Stress Management
We offer a number of ways to cultivate a practice of mindfulness to help you unwind, de-stress, and improve your general health.