The Institute has services and resources, including the WellConnect Student Assistance Program, to support students' mental health needs.
WellConnect Student Assistance Program
As a Middlebury Institute student, you are entitled to six counseling sessions per year, per incident. Visit the WellConnect Student Assistance Program or call (866) 640-4777, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
WellConnect offers the following services:
Anxiety/stress/depression/substance abuse/personal counseling
Budget and debt consultation
New parent transition coaching
Community resources and referrals
WellConnect is easy to use. Simply follow these steps:
Call (866) 640-4777.
Give them your name and confirm you are an Institute student.
Explain the nature of your issue.
Request contact information for a counselor near you.
Follow up once you have this information to make an appointment with your counselor.
You can also request a contact through the WellConnect website after registering for an account. You will need the Middlebury Institute student access code to create an online account, and you can request that from the Office of Student Services by calling (831) 647-4128.
SilverCloud Self-Guided Mental Health Workbook
In partnership with the Parton Counseling Center at Middlebury College, students are able to access a web-based, self-help workbook called SilverCloud.
SilverCloud offers tools and skill building related to coping with feelings of stress, sadness, worries, anxiety and body image. It’s available in both web-based and app formats.
Download the app or Check it out here. You must sign up using your @middlebury.edu email address
- Self-directed usage – go at your own pace
- Equipped so that you can select a “coach” within the system to assist you with the different modules and help with motivation
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 emotional health may be especially useful.