IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ (updated November 3, 2023)
The Middlebury Libraries are migrating MIDCAT and LibrarySearch to an entirely new platform. Therefore, as of Tuesday, NOVEMBER 7, 2023, all non-essential purchase requests will be held until January 2024 for ordering. We understand this may be inconvenient for you and we apologize, but as part of the migration process we absolutely have to limit the amount of work we perform in our old system during this time. If you have any questions about this, please contact either Mike Roy, Terry Simpkins, or Julie Adamo with your concerns. Thank you for your understanding.
The library strongly encourages College community members to support our collection development by suggesting library purchases.
We regularly purchase books, e-books, CDs, videos, and access to journals and databases based on community requests. To make a request, please click the button below to fill out our request form.
To access the form, you will have to log in to Google with your Middlebury credentials. If the link takes you to a page that says “You need permission,” try logging out of your Google account and log in again with your Middlebury credentials.
You can request
- Print books
Middlebury College allows faculty to request streaming video for course use; we do our best to accommodate such requests, though it’s not always possible. Learn more about streaming requests at go/streamingfaq/.
When to get in touch
If you asked to have your purchase held for you (or to be notified when it’s electronically available) and haven’t heard anything in a few weeks after submitting your request, please visit go/whereisit/ to check on it.