Have questions about Reunion? Start here. If you still need help, email us at alumni@middlebury.edu or call the Alumni Office at 802-443-5183.

Registration

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Registration opens in March 2023.

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Registration closes in mid-May 2023.

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This year we will accept walk-ins for daily events, but we will not be able to provide housing.

Getting Here and Around Campus

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Reunion Weekend is filled with activities—class dinners and panels, golf, updates from the president and senior leadership, and open houses—along with lots of time to reconnect and find common ground. No matter how long it’s been since you were last on campus, you’ll soon feel right at home.

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Burlington International Airport is one hour north of Middlebury. There are public transit or taxi options from the airport, or you may want to coordinate sharing a ride with classmates. For more information on transportation options, visit https://www.addisoncounty.com/getting-here.

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Yes, Middlebury has a new station on Amtrak’s Ethan Allen Express line serving stations between Penn Station in Manhattan and Burlington, Vermont. The service currently includes one train a day. Check directly with Amtrak for more details
 

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  • Layers! It may be hot and sunny, or cool and rainy.
  • Clothes for having fun outdoors and dining under tents and stars. 
  • Shoes that can get you around campus, up Snake Mountain, and across sidewalks and grass.  (High heels will help aerate the grass, but may also get stuck.)
  • A refillable water bottle 
  • Your Gamaliel Painter’s cane
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The most up-to-date maps are available online. You’ll find an interactive map and a printable PDF at go.middlebury. edu/campusmap. We’ll also have plenty of paper maps on hand when you arrive.

Housing

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Yes, we offer housing in the campus dorms on a first-come, first-served registration basis. Each class will be assigned to a dorm, usually adjacent to their class HQ. Due to limited capacity for housing, first priority will go to the 3s and 8s classes.

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Yes, as long as the family registers together. Depending on the dorm, families will be housed as a group in singles, doubles, or suites.

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Yes, if you register together on the same form.

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No, we do not place anyone in a double with someone who isn’t registered as a “roommate.” In some dorms there are suites where we will put classmates together with shared social space and bathrooms.

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Unfortunately, no. Each class is assigned a dorm or dorms, and we assign rooms and floors on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Yes, we will make every effort to accommodate accessibility and medical needs; there is a place on the registration form to make these requests.

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You’ll find many options available around Addison County. To see off-campus options, visit go.middlebury.edu/LocalLodging. Off campus housing is limited, so make your plans early.

Accessibility

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Yes, you are welcome to bring a friend or relative. Just be sure to register your guest as well as yourself.

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Absolutely. Shuttles will be running to take people around the campus and to events. Golf carts and vans will be available to transport individuals and groups.

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Yes, we will make every effort to accommodate accessibility and medical needs; there is a place on the registration form to make these requests.

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We have ADA-compliant housing options and transport to and from Reunion venues. Assisted-listening devices are available for use in the Chapel. All meals will have at least one vegetarian and one gluten-free option. Please let us know of any accommodation needs when you register for Reunion, and if you have further needs or questions, contact us at alumni@middlebury.edu or call the Alumni Office at 802-443-5183.

Making a Gift

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We encourage you to make your gift online or call 888-FOR-MIDD (367-6433) to charge a gift to your American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa credit card.

There are many other ways to give to Middlebury; find out more about your options on our Giving Page

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The Cane Society recognizes alumni and friends who provide for Middlebury in their estate plans through a will, retirement account, or trust. You can also set up a planned gift that will provide income to you for life.

Members attend a special luncheon on the Friday of Reunion Weekend. If you’re not yet a member and would like to join, contact Tiffany Stowe at 802-443-5169 or giftplanning@middlebury.edu.

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All gifts—of any size—made between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, count toward Reunion class gift totals and participation. In honor of Reunion, you might consider stretching your gift beyond what you normally give or making a second gift. There are more ways than you might think to do that.

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Please be in touch with the Office of Annual Giving at 866-496-2002 or supportmiddlebury@middlebury.edu.

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The True Blue Society recognizes Middlebury’s most loyal donors, who have made gifts to the College for the past three consecutive years or more.

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The 1800 Society recognizes donors who support Middlebury at a leadership level, beginning with annual gifts of $2,500 or more. Members of the 1800 Society are invited to a special reception on the Friday afternoon of Reunion Weekend.

Children

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Children of all ages are welcome at Reunion! We have some activities geared toward children and families but children are welcome at all Reunion events. 

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Unfortunately, we will not be providing any childcare services.

Cancellations/Refunds

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We can honor all cancellations until May 17, 2023.  After that we are locked in with housing, catering and other expenses.  Please give us as much notice as possible, and contact us if you need to cancel after the May 17 deadline.

Please note:  Reimbursements will be made AFTER reunion weekend; thank you for your patience.

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It may, depending on any number of circumstances, including weather. Check the Reunion website regularly and please be sure to read the Reunion-related emails that we send periodically, as those will contain the latest information.

Pets and Service Animals

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That depends. Pets or companion animals are not allowed overnight in College-owned buildings or in non-residential spaces during work hours. Dogs visiting campus shall be leashed or under verbal control at all times. They can not be left unattended or tied to structures. Damages caused by an animal are the responsibility of the owner. You can find more details in Middlebury’s pet policy.

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Middlebury uses the Department of Justice definition of service animals as “dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.” 

Service animals shall be allowed into any area of the campus that students or other handlers may go including the classrooms, libraries, museums, dining halls, etc., but must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.

Please read the full service animal policy for more information.

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