Middlebury is closing several of its buildings to the public due to concerns related to coronavirus. The following list will be updated with more details as they become available.
- No visitors on campus – only essential business partners (e.g. construction workers, vendors). Families are welcome to help their students pack their belongings.
- Ross and Atwater dining halls will be closed.
- Proctor will remain open for student meals.
- The Grille will remain open to serve employees, but not open to the public.
- Wilson Café and Midd Xpress still to be determined.
- Peterson Athletics Complex will close for health and safety reasons Thursday, March 12, at 5 p.m., with only Athletics and Custodial personnel in the building until further notice.
- Museum will be closed until further notice.
- Mahaney Arts Center will be closed to visitors (see note re: museum above)
- Middlebury Libraries will be closed until further notice. For more information on how to access library resources and services online, click here.
- The Middlebury College Snow Bowl and Rikert Nordic Center will close at the end of the day Sunday, March 15.
Beginning Monday, March 16, our campus is closed to outside visitors unless they are providing essential business services. This includes contractors, such as those renovating Munroe, and vendors (such as those who make deliveries).
All visitors should avoid coming to campus if they had:
- A recent illness including fever, lower respiratory infections, shortness of breath, cough, or difficulty breathing.
- Traveled to CDC-designated affected countries or regions (such as China, Iran, South Korea, Italy, and Japan) within the defined 14-day incubation period.
- Contact with anyone who has traveled to affected countries on the CDC list.
- Exposure to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
- Visited health care facilities that have treated patients with the novel coronavirus within the defined 14-day incubation period.