Various colors of fall foliage on the left of the image give way to a gray boulder atop which sits a dark statue of a crouching panther, all underneath a blue sky.

Join us for Homecoming!
October 28–30, 2022

Come Home to Middlebury

Join us for Middlebury Homecoming and Alumni of Color Weekend on October 28! Please check this page for future updates.

Enjoy the beauty of campus in autumn. Reconnect with old friends and make new ones.

Homecoming highlights will include:

  • Alumni of Color Weekend activities. All are welcome. Learn more about the programming here.
  • The annual Harvest Festival with live music, beverages, and food.
  • A chance to cheer on the Panthers at the Homecoming football game.
  • And so much more!

All plans are subject to change based on Vermont Department of Health COVID-19 guidelines. Visit this page to confirm we are going ahead as planned, and check the Middlebury Calendar of Events and Athletics Calendar in late October to see the most up-to-date schedules.

We look forward to seeing you!

Register Here

See Who’s Coming

Check this list to see who else in your class has already registered for the festivities.

Vaccinations Required

To ensure the health and safety of our community as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, all visitors to campus must be fully vaccinated. We will follow any Vermont guidelines and College policies regarding COVID-19 that are in place during Homecoming and Alumni of Color Weekend.

Please register to let us know that you are planning to attend Homecoming and that all eligible members of your party are fully vaccinated. You may be asked for vaccination verification while on campus. Please visit the Campus Status web page for the most up-to-date information about requirements on campus.

Lodging and Dining in Middlebury

It’s never too early to find a place to stay!

As is always the case this time of year, lodging options in and around Middlebury are tight. For help finding a spot, check out these resources from the Addison County Chamber of Commerce and the Heart of Vermont Lodging Association.

The pandemic has resulted in staffing issues for restaurants across the country, and establishments in Middlebury are no different. Many of our local restaurants are dealing with limited service hours and longer wait times because of a shortage of staff.

We suggest that you plan ahead if you want to eat out, knowing also that each restaurant is doing its best to keep service as smooth as possible. If you find that you cannot secure a reservation, or that lines at restaurants are too long, there are a number of great options for picking up food to go, including Hannaford and Shaw’s.

Old Chapel Webcam

Click to watch our live webcam from the roof of Old Chapel.

Alumni and Families
700 Exchange St.
Middlebury, VT 05753