Middlebury 2022 JusticeProjects Campaign

Two years ago, the Middlebury Student Government Association started JusticeProjects—a student-led effort to create a more inclusive and equitable Middlebury community.

With the financial support of more than 700 Middlebury alumni and parents, the SGA funded projects and programs that uplift historically underrepresented students on campus. 

This year, the Student Government Association is again partnering with the College to raise funds to continue this important work.

Through your support of JusticeProjects, you can help ensure that every student has the opportunity to thrive at Middlebury.

All gifts to JusticeProjects will be matched by an alumni donor dollar-for-dollar up to $1,000 per person, with a maximum match of $25,000.

Thank you for considering a gift to JusticeProjects!

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Middlebury 2022 JusticeProjects Campaign

See Your Support in Action

  • Professor Erin Wolcott

    Extraordinary Teaching

    When Middlebury moved to remote learning in 2020, economics professor Erin Wolcott’s students were, she says, “devastated to say goodbye to their friends, concerned about the state of the world, and worried they would not learn anything online.” But the class transitioned smoothly. Students were engaged. They discussed immigration, tariffs, and the disproportionate effect of COVID-19. And guest speakers, including a trade economist from the Federal Reserve and an editor from the New York Times, joined the class.

  • Flags from around the world represent Middlebury's global reach.

    Global Reach

    Middlebury has schools and programs around the world, from the undergraduate and graduate programs in Vermont to the Schools Abroad in 38 international cities and the Middlebury Institute’s graduate programs in California. We are always exploring new opportunities and programs to educate the next generation of global citizens. You help bring the world to Middlebury, and Middlebury to the world.

  • Silas Wong


    “I was a first-generation college student, and tuition was a daunting financial burden. A scholarship made a life-changing experience possible for me, and for that I am forever grateful. Currently I am completing my medical residency in emergency medicine, and starting a family with my wife, Lizzie ’11, who I met at Middlebury.”

    – Silas Wong ’12, Medical Resident, Emergency Medicine, Yale University

  • The giant panther mural in the Field House.

    Scholar Athletes

    “Top athletes in Division III choose Middlebury because we offer exceptional academics, strong teams, the best facilities, and generous financial aid. These are leaders on the field and in the classroom, and our peer schools compete hard for them. We’re fortunate to have the people and programs at Middlebury that stand out to student-athletes and their families.”

    – Erin Quinn, Director of Athletics

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