Davis Family Library: 7:30am - 12am
Armstrong Science Library: 7:45am - 12am

| by Terry Simpkins

Items from the Middlebury College Libraries’ collections can be requested for pick up as part of our paging service.  This service is only available to during the Summer Programs.

Please note that paging excludes loaner equipment such as cords, cameras, etc.  A list of circulating equipment is available to review.

In order to request physical materials (books, DVDs, CDs, etc.) from the library, please follow these steps:

1) Go to MIDCAT

  • If you’re using the mobile MIDCAT view from a device, please choose “Main Site” from the main MIDCAT page in order to place requests.
Image of mobile MIDCAT site

2) Search for the item you want to request

  • If the item you want to access has a due date, it means it is checked out.  We recommend that you request another copy of the item via Interlibrary Loan request.

3) Click either the “Request this item” button on the left hand side of a list of results

Request Button in MIDCAT Browse List


OR the “Request” button above the record


Request Button in MIDCAT

4) Enter your Middlebury College username and password

5) Select your pickup location

6) Enter any relevant notes that you want library staff to know

Once you have submitted your request:

  • You will get an email when the item is available for pickup (usually within 48 hours)
  • Come to the circulation desk of the library you selected for pickup (it will also be specified in the email) and present your ID

Information about due dates and returning materials to the library can be found on our borrowing page (go/borrowing/)

For questions or more information, please contact Library Borrowing:

Email:  library_circulation@middlebury.edu

Phone: (802) 443-5494

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    Essential Information for Spring Term 2021

    | by Mike Roy

    We are excited to welcome students back to campus, and to our libraries. As part of the College’s evolving response to COVID-19, the library is committed to helping faculty and students safely access the services and resources they need for their teaching and learning. Here are our plans for Spring Term 2021, with the understanding that as the situation evolves, there may be further changes.